I day-hiked 21.1 km south from the Noisy River Provincial Nature Reserve (km 6.2 on Map 21, Bruce Trail Reference, 25th Edition), and through the Black Bank, to the Prince of Wales Road (km 38.9 on Map 21), and then 21.1 km back to the car for a total of 42.2 km (26.2 miles). There were a few spiders but not many, and I surprised a huge golden eagle. The trail had a few steep climbs and lots of rough spots where I ended up walking in a tilted fashion, but I think the road walking hurt the most (as usual).
Click here for a map of the location.
Here are a few photos from the hike.