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Ontario Trails

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Ontario is home to Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, The Bruce Trail. The Bruce Trail spans 900 kilometres across the Niagara Escarpment, beginning in Queenston and ending in the harbour village of Tobermory. Hikers can enjoy sections of the...
Location: Bluffers ParkPark here: 1 Brimley Road SPublic Transport: TTC Hike Distance: 5 km roundtripElevation Gain/Loss: 20 mHike Duration: 1- 2 hoursDifficulty: EasyWhat makes it easy? A flat trail with many opportunities to stop and rest along the way.Trail website:...
Location: Rouge National Urban ParkPark here: The entrance for Glen Rouge CampgroundPublic Transport: GO Transit Bus Hike Distance: 4.4 km roundtripElevation Gain/Loss: MinimalHike Duration: 1- 2 hoursDifficulty: Easy/ModerateWhat makes it easy/moderate? A mainly flat trail with a few short but...
Location: Rouge National Urban ParkPark here: Rouge Valley Conservation CentrePublic Transport: 86A Bus from Kennedy Station Hike Distance: 1.3 km loopElevation Gain/Loss: MinimalHike Duration: 1 hourDifficulty: EasyWhat makes it easy? A continuously flat trail with no inclines. Trail website: rvcc.ca Perfect for...
Algonquin Provincial Park is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Ontario. The park has so much to offer, including a long list of amazing hiking trails. There is a trail for just about everyone in Algonquin, from challenging...
Many people living in Ontario are within a few hours’ drive from a provincial park, which is the perfect distance for a day trip! Visiting Ontario Parks is an easy and inexpensive way to enjoy the outdoors. You just have...
Frozen falls make the coolest formations. Take a special winter hike to marvel at the water as it stands still for winter. Prepare to experience awe. At 40 metres high, Kakabeka Falls is the second-highest waterfall in Ontario (the first...
It’s official—winter is here! And while our natural instinct might be to hibernate, we can also discover how to enjoy and embrace all that winter has to offer with these top experiences in South Eastern Ontario. With 800 acres...
Sault Ste. Marie is one of Northern Ontario’s best adventure hubs. Not only does this bordertown offer access to trails right in the city, but extend your reach a little further and you can easily access splendid provincial parks like...
Located in Northeastern Ontario, Sudbury is a city surrounded by the vast wilds of Temagami, further northeast, as well as renowned provincial parks like Killarney and French River. Georgian Bay is not far, nor is Manitoulin Island—in fact, the possibilities...
The town of Timmins, Ontario—located in the province’s northeast—was built on mining. However, there are a lot of reasons to visit and explore the natural areas in and around town that have nothing to do with work. Let's hike Timmins!
Welcome to Ontario's cottage country—which is also an incredible hiking hub, with access to world-class parks and preserves. The town of Huntsville, Ontario, offers quick escapes to provincial parks like Arrowhead and Algonquin, to name just two, as well as expansive...
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