Trails

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City: Thunder Bay Region: Sleeping Giant Provincial Park Province/State: Ontario Country: Canada Difficulty Moderate Time 4 - 5 hours Round Trip Distance 12 km Elevation Gain 500 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Another of Sleeping Giant’s classic routes, Talus Lake Trail is accessed from Kabeyun Trail, at Tee Harbour, and leads from Sleeping...
City: Canmore Region: Kananaskis Province/State: Alberta Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 1 - 2 hours Round Trip Distance 3.8 km Elevation Gain 250 m Camping Nearby Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Relax in turquoise lakes and watch the climbers and mountain goats vie for superiority. Only 7.5 km from Canmore, this is an easy trail that...
City: Squamish Region: Garibaldi Provincial Park Province/State: British Columbia Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate Time 8 - 10 Hours Round Trip Distance 22 km Elevation Gain 600 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly No Kid Friendly Yes Providing easy access and high alpine, this is a classic and popular BC hike. The first 4 km or so from the...
City: Val Marie Region: Grasslands National Park Province/State: Saskatchewan Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate Time 2 hours Round Trip Distance 4.1 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Canada’s only national prairie park, located on the Saskatchewan-Montana border, is a throwback to the turn-of-the-last-century — when native grasses like gamma, spear and fescue...
City: Winnipeg Region: Whiteshell Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 3 - 4 days Round Trip Distance 65 km Elevation Gain 40 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly No Black bear sightings, two major trailheads and 10 campsites to sleep in! Experienced backpackers will have their skills tested on this beautiful...
City: Winnipeg Region: Spruce Woods Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 3 hours Round Trip Distance 13 km Elevation Gain 130 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Cacti, sand dunes, high temperatures, and refreshing rain. There are a variety of trails that sprout from the main trailhead. You can trek to...
City: Montreal Region: Mont Tremblant Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 1 - 2 hours Round Trip Distance 5.5 km Elevation Gain 645 m Camping Nearby Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly Yes The quickest way to the top of Tremblant (without a lift, that is). Although Mont Tremblant is best known as a ski hill, in summertime...
City: Rivière-au-Renard Region: Forillon National Park/Gaspé Peninsula Province/State: Quebec Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 13 - 15 hours Round Trip Distance 36.6 km Elevation Gain 450 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Stunning scenery, numerous lakes and views of the Morris River valley are all features of this hike. From here, you can...
City: Pleasant Bay Region: Cape Breton Province/State: Nova Scotia Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 2 - 3 hours Round Trip Distance 7.5 km Elevation Gain 110 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly No Kid Friendly Yes This hike may lead to some of the best scenery in the entire province. Glimpse whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
City: Cavendish Region: Green Gables Heritage Place Province/State: Prince Edward Island Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 30 minutes Round Trip Distance 2 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping No Public Transit? No Dog Friendly No Kid Friendly Yes These two meandering trails appear in Lucy Maud Montgomery's famous story, Anne of Green Gables. Start at Lover's Lane and follow the brook...
City: Gjoa Haven Region: King William Island Province/State: Nunavut Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 1 hour Round Trip Distance 3 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping No Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly ? This short, self-guided historical walking tour, managed by the hamlet of Gjoa Haven and Nunavut Parks and Special Places, chronicles the European quest for the...
City: Inuvik Region: Ivvavik National Park Province/State: Yukon Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 12 hours Round Trip Distance 11.5 km Elevation Gain 800 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly ? Located at the northern tip of Yukon—Canada’s first national park formed under an Aboriginal land agreement—Ivvavik merges impressive natural treasures with a rich human story.
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