Elliot Lake Hiking Trails

Elliot Lake, Ontario

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The town of Elliot Lake offers hikers a multitude of linked trails, all located from various parking lots in the middle of town, including two on Highway 108 itself. If you want to do all the trails, begin at Spine Beach and follow the 3.5km (2.1mi) Westview Nature Trail with its many boardwalks and rocky areas.

Elliot Lake Hiking Trails Professional Review and Guide

"The town of Elliot Lake offers hikers a multitude of linked trails, all located from various parking lots in the middle of town, including two on Highway 108 itself. If you want to do all the trails, begin at Spine Beach and follow the 3.5km (2.1mi) Westview Nature Trail with its many boardwalks and rocky areas."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Elliot Lake
Distance: 15.5
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Best spring through fall
Driving Directions: Directions to Elliot Lake Hiking Trails

Recent Trail Reviews

8/15/2011
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We hiked and camped on the Cobre Lake Trail. See a video of my experience at http://hikingcampingtrails.com/cobre-lake-hiking-and-camping ... map and directions also on my site. In general, a great hike. Plenty of scenic views from the top of the Hill near the start. The abandoned Copper mine was fun to explore. The natural beach was great (we camped on it). It's a 12km hike so you can easily do it in a day but consider camping somewhere for a day or two as it's all so beautiful... why rush out? The log bridges are slippery when wet (obviously) but lots of fun! The trail is well marked and maintained. Highly recommended. Few minutes North of Mississagi Prov Park. SIgn on the right hand side of the road.


6/10/2008
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There are some excellent trails around Elliot Lake. In this 9 page guide you will find a column and a half of information about them and a rough map of northeastern Ontario. There are no trail maps and no detailed information about any particular trail.



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May 2018