Public Hiking Trails

Welcome to the Arrowhead Native Bible Center public hiking trails. We invite you to enjoy hiking, cycling, snowshoeing or skiing on our trails.

Where is the Trail?

The official address of Hundred Acre Wood Hiking Trail: Find it on Google Maps

Hundred Acre Wood Hiking Trails Guidelines

  • Please be courteous to others who are enjoying the outdoors with you.
  • We ask that no motorized vehicles be used on our trails. If you are cycling be cautious of hikers and give them the right of way.
  • Please keep dogs leashed at all times and pick up any business they may leave on the trails.
  • You will find rest stations and garbage receptacles along the trails.
  • If you are hiking alone, be sure to make noise for the sake of local wildlife. You will find bells at the rest stations that you can ring for this purpose.
  • We ask that, for your safety, you follow and stay on the clearly marked trails.
  • From the parking lot the lower hiking trail is approximately 2 kms; the back country trail is approximately 3.5 kms.
  • For your safety, camera surveillance is in use
  • Trail access is from dawn to dusk only
  • Use at your own risk
  • Although this trail is open to the public, please remember you are on privateĀ  property and help us continue to keep the trails available by putting garbage in cans and respecting the area.