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210
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52
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120
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Ontario has approximately 210 trails, including 157 hiking trails, 52 for road biking and 120 for other activities. These trails range from 0.1 to 450 miles in length. The most popular trails are Niagara Recreation Trail, Dufferin Islands Trails, Niagara Falls and Algonquin Provincial Park Trails. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Ontario was Muna S. who completed Mer Bleue and Rock Dunder .
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Bruce Peninsula National Park is actually three parks in one. Hikers who like sandy, flat ...
This tour begins in Niagara-on-the Lake, the first capital of Upper Canada, and travels ...
In many ways, the history of Lake Superior Provincial Park, a 155,600ha (384,332-acre) ...
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 ...
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 ...
By providing hikers with a peaceful experience, Frontenac Park lives up to the creed of ...
The town of Elliot Lake offers hikers a multitude of linked trails, all located from various ...
Niagara Recreation Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Regional Municipality of Niagara, ...
The trails at Mer Bleue are situated on parallel ridges separated by extensive wetlands ...
Ask anybody about Killarney Provincial Park and they’ll tell you about clear blue lakes, ...
Over the last billion years, wind, rain and glacial ice have hardened magma into rock ...
The Old Quarry Trail is located in the Stony Swamp area of the Greenbelt, which includes ...
Pink Lake is one of the most popular trails in Gatineau Park. Its short distance makes ...
Anyone interested in glacier-created landforms will want to visit Awenda Provincial Park ...
Bon Echo Rock on Mazinaw Lake has been an important spiritual site for at least the past ...
Halfway Lake Provincial Park encompasses 4,735 ha (11,695 acres) on the Canadian Shield ...
The Gatineau Hills are an Ottawa attraction that should not be missed. This is a challenging ...
The Gordon Glaves Memorial Pathway is a network of trails along the south and north shores ...
Other than the lake itself, this 1,450ha (3,582-acre) park doesn’t have any particular ...
This ride is an excellent afternoon excursion that leaves you plenty of time to enjoy ...
The National Greenbelt encompasses 20,000ha (49,400 acres) of land that was set aside ...
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