Hiking

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You wouldn't know it by just looking, but the Hamilton area houses over one hundred waterfalls. With most of them in proximity to the city centre, you won’t have to venture far for an afternoon away from the GTA noise.
Most of the hiking trails around Quebec City are not meant for a mid-day stroll—they ask that you go all in or stay at home. There are mountains close to the city, but on these trails, you'll feel as though...
Niagara Falls is about more than the intense rush of water and experiencing the Maid of the Mist. Hikers can find solace in some of the lesser-known trails in the surrounding area. Or, stay on the tourist side of things...
Surrounded by national parks, provincial parks and protected areas, Revelstoke offers adventurers access to wilderness paradise. From flat forest walks to steep alpine routes, there’s a trail and a view for everyone in the area surrounding Revelstoke. Here are our...
Sixty-four kilometres from Vancouver, on the far side of some of the most stunning highway scenery this side of the 49th parallel is Squamish — one of B.C.’s most famous natural playgrounds. For the wilderness-lover, Squamish has it all: mountains, rivers,
Tucked away in the heart of the Canadian Rockies is Canmore, an outdoor adventurer’s dream town. With a trailhead seemingly on every doorstep, sweeping vistas and crystal-clear rivers are just a hike away. Here are 10 of our favourite Canmore-area hiking...
Who says you can’t have it all? Montreal may be known for its delicious food and vibrant cultural scene, but woodsy trails and panoramic views can be found just a short drive from the concrete jungle. Here are ten of...
British Columbia’s aptly named Sunshine Coast beckons hikers and outdoor adventurers with its expanse of peaks and fjords. Spend a night or two in its Coast Mountains and you may be rewarded with some of the most stunning sunrises and sunsets...
From sand dunes to grasslands to the Boreal forest, hiking near Saskatoon offers abundant natural variety. Ranging from easy to difficult, three kilometres to 18, there’s a trail on our list for every hiker, and all within two hours of...
Northwestern Ontario offers hiking trails that lace beside great bodies of water, thread through thick forest and meander up mountains to scenic viewpoints. Keep an eye out for moose and wolves in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and discover eagle-eye views...
Nearly three million people visit Whistler every year for world-class skiing, downhill mountain biking and breathtaking hiking trails. Whistler Village is the perfect starting place for a number of incredible hikes, ranging from multi-day backcountry treks to do-able day hikes. We've...
Towering orange cliffs, smoldering red mountains and topaz-blue waters greet ardent hikers in Zion National Park. From the spine of vertigo-inducing summits to the belly of ice-cold rivers, these 10 hikes will bring you to the best bits of one...
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