The trail took over two years to complete and has seen multiple re-routes since its original layout 10 years ago. The latest changes took place just last year. A section of the trail was located on private land where a new land owner had erected a fence blocking a portion of the original trail. The local trail association, Halton Agreement Forest Trail Association
(HAFTA) and a crew of volunteers worked with the landowner, Conservation Halton
to come up with a plan that would meet the needs of everyone. The re-route was started in the fall of 2014, extensive amounts of rock were moved to add technical trail features. HAFTA volunteers put the final touches on the new re-route this past spring and built the Revolver
by-pass, resulting in a trail that's even more challenging than the original.