28-Jul-2014 -- This was one of the few confluence points that I wasn't particularly looking forward to hiking to, because I knew (from looking at satellite imagery and reading the reports from previous visitors) that it was located in a swampy section of forest, and therefore I was sure to be ravaged by insects as I hiked to and from the point. So, before setting out on my hike, I made sure to dress in long clothing, and spread insect repellent on my remaining exposed skin: my hands and face. Unfortunately, though, I didn't wear a hat, so my hair got constantly attacked by biting flies during my hike. Nonetheless, because it was a cool, overcast and drizzly day, the insects weren't quite as bad as I'd feared.
My starting point was the same as that used by Gwyn Jones and Tom Charlton in 2005: The path off Pinery Lane, at [45.01180,-75.99824]. Shortly after starting down this path, I encountered a junction, at [45.01043,-75.99660]. Jones and Charlton turned right here, but I continued left, thinking that it would be a better route. This was the wrong choice, and I ended up having to do a little extra bushwhacking. So, for future visitors: When you get to [45.01043,-75.99660], turn right. Continuing on this path, you'll eventually pass just 160 metres west of the confluence point, leaving you with just a little bushwhacking. (About 530 metres north of the confluence point - at [45.00470,-75.99967] - I saw a small hunter's cabin beside the trail. This is probably the same cabin noted by Artem Frolov et al during their August 2006 visit.)
As expected, the confluence point lay in a (slightly) swampy section of forest.