Hiking Trails in Canada

Hiking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 1,571 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 429.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Johnston Canyon to Ink Pots, Plain of the Six Glaciers and Niagara Recreation Trail. Trails.com member Alex S. recently completed Ouimet Canyon Provincial Nature Reserve Trails.
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The trail through Johnston Canyon may be the most popular in Banff Park. Catwalks and ...
If you are staying at Whistler during the summer, assign a clear day to the hike to Upper ...
Bruce Peninsula National Park is actually three parks in one. Hikers who like sandy, flat ...
Strenuous climbing on an excellent hiking trail. Just north of Big Shovel Pass, you will ...
This trail follows the shore of the richly-coloured waters of Lake Louise with views of ...
This is an easy day hike to a broad alpine pass with stunning views of the Columbia Icefield. ...
Many hikers on the Bertha Lake Trail enjoy the trailside benches and picnicking at Lower ...
Stawamus Chief is the great rock mass that towers over the highway just south of Squamish. ...
This hike offers some of the most fantastic scenery in Yoho National Park, including close-up ...
This trail is considered one of the most satisfying ways to experience the temperate rain ...
Includes: Joffre Lakes. Roadside hot tanks by the Lillooet River, seasonally frequented ...
This pleasant jaunt runs up Lineham Creek to a headwall that rises below a high lake basin. ...
THIS IS NOT the tourist trail to Lake Agnes Teahouse. This is a demanding grunt up a rough ...
In many ways, the history of Lake Superior Provincial Park, a 155,600ha (384,332-acre) ...
French Fort Cove is located just off of the King George Highway in Miramichi West. This ...
Burstall Pass is along the Smith-Dorrien/Spray Trail, south of Canmore in Alberta's Kananaskis ...
The trip to Elfin Lakes and Diamond Head Lodge is probably Garibaldi Provincial Park’s ...
This is Vancouver’s iconic walk: an easy, flat path that circumnavigates the 405 hectares ...
This short but incredibly steep climb passes Hamilton Falls and offers superb views of ...
A moderate, rocky climb from Lake O’Hara past Yukness Lake, Lake Victoria, and Lefroy ...
This is a full-day hike over rugged coastline through Douglas fir, western hemlock, and ...
For lovers of towering granite peaks and rock-gouging glaciers, this is a particularly ...
Includes: Saddle Mountain Lookout. A unique soak in a cedar forest well hidden below a ...
Beautiful features of the trail are the hardwoods it leads through, as well as the many ...
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a 4200 ha (10,378 acres) natural environment park located ...
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