Hiking Trails in Canada

Hiking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 939 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 429.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Niagara Recreation Trail, Dufferin Islands Trails, Niagara Falls and The West Coast Trail. Trails.com member Muna S. recently completed Rock Dunder.
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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 ...
Many hikers on the Bertha Lake Trail enjoy the trailside benches and picnicking at Lower ...
This granite monolith stands sentinel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway, a rain-gray face that ...
The West Coast Trail is relatively easy to hike in its northernmost section, from Pachena ...
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. ...
In many ways, the history of Lake Superior Provincial Park, a 155,600ha (384,332-acre) ...
This is Vancouver’s iconic walk: an easy, flat path that circumnavigates the 405 hectares ...
Includes: Saddle Mountain Lookout. A unique soak in a cedar forest well hidden below a ...
The trail provides easy access to the unusually wide Dunbar Falls. Trail Condition: wet ...
The main attraction of this trail is the waterfall. At 16 m (53 ft), these are the highest ...
Beautiful features of the trail are the hardwoods it leads through, as well as the many ...
This trail features several vistas that overlook the beautiful French Fort Cove. Pretty ...
This is a pleasant walk in an area that has rapidly developed into suburbia. Its two halves ...
Hikes with grand views are always popular, and Rock Dunder has been attracting hikers ...
Cape Chignecto Provincial Park is a 4,200 ha (1,374 ac) natural environment park on a ...
The Fairmont Ridge Hiking Trail System, constructed by the Antigonish Hiking and Biking ...
When the government of Ontario passed the Algonquin Park Act, which set aside 18 townships ...
Part of the mystique of Pukaskwa National Park comes from its location on the shores of ...
This moderate loop hike follows the undulating forest shoreline of Buntzen Lake—a BC Hydro–managed ...
Steamy soaks hiding in the woods below a dirt road. Skinnydippable with discretion. Around ...
Tucked away on a plateau above the Stave dams, modest, unruffled Rolley Lake has much ...
By providing hikers with a peaceful experience, Frontenac Park lives up to the creed of ...
Small waterfalls and rapids in Bennett Brook can be seen at the bottom of the gorge. At ...
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