Backpacking Trails in Canada

Backpacking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 77 backpacking trails. These trails range from 1 to 79.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Iceline Trail / Little Yoho / Yoho Valley Loop, The Rockwall and Kokanee Glacier. Trails.com member Tresy K. recently completed Gwillim Lakes.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park is actually three parks in one. Hikers who like sandy, flat ...
This hike offers some of the most fantastic scenery in Yoho National Park, including close-up ...
In many ways, the history of Lake Superior Provincial Park, a 155,600ha (384,332-acre) ...
For lovers of towering granite peaks and rock-gouging glaciers, this is a particularly ...
This trail is considered one of the most satisfying ways to experience the temperate rain ...
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a 4200 ha (10,378 acres) natural environment park located ...
Part of the mystique of Pukaskwa National Park comes from its location on the shores of ...
Access to the alpine has never been easier. This moderate hike starting from Mount Washington ...
This premier hike passes one of the highest waterfalls in the country before you reach ...
The West Coast Trail is relatively easy to hike in its northernmost section, from Pachena ...
This is a must-do hike to become acquainted with the best of Kokanee Glacier Provincial ...
This is one of the most attractive inland sections of abandoned rail line in Nova Scotia. ...
One of the lengthier hikes on northern Vancouver Island, the hike to the cape passes through ...
Ever since geologist A. P. Coleman named this lake in 1893 after a cantankerous pack horse, ...
A multi-day in-and-out hike to Earl Grey Pass will capture most of what this trail has ...
Good views of remote areas of the Bay of Fundy with the Martin Head peninsula, old-growth ...
Ask anybody about Killarney Provincial Park and they’ll tell you about clear blue lakes, ...
Like the West Coast Trail, the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail had its origins in the 1889 telegraph ...
This long but easy hike, with the exception of a three-km pitch, takes you into the back ...
This popular trail follows a spectacular valley hemmed in by cliffs. All is easy to the ...
A long, rough drive into the heart of the Purcell Mountains leads to a pair of trails—only ...
Galatea Creek was once a place for adventurers, being fraught with difficulty and uncertainty. ...
A long walk through the forest and alongside Entry Creek is rewarded by the scenery at ...
Bon Echo Rock on Mazinaw Lake has been an important spiritual site for at least the past ...
The quintessential Ghost: canyons, cliffs, waterfalls, mountains shaped like tiaras, is ...
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