From Rideau Trail: Westport Segment
, the Rideau Trail (RT) winds east to a junction just east of a parking area left, where there are toilets. At the junction the Foley Mountain Blue Circle trail, which has been the same as the RT, and Red Oak trail go left.
The RT continues right with the Red Oak trail on a wide rocky track, descending east, veering left and turning right to reach another junction. The RT continues ahead and down, now with the White Pine trail, and after a further junction, with the Orange Maple trail. It passes the Meditation trail R and, at the Interpretive Centre where there are toilets, an RT commemorative plaque commissioned in 1991 and relocated here in 2012.
The RT continues through a parking area and on a wide track to Little Bay, where there are toilets and a sandy beach right. It continues along the shoreline and ahead (east) 200 m to a junction where the Orange Maple trail goes left. The RT goes ahead (east) and after another 400 m bends left, crosses a bridge at a stream, and zig-zags up to an open knoll, entering private land.
The RT goes east on a forest path, slightly left across a cottage road, and then uphill in forest. It turns left just before a rocky outcrop, then bends right and goes ahead, descending slightly to a turn left just before it emerges at North Shore Rd.