Backpacking Trails in Ontario, Canada
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Backpacking Trails in Ontario, Canada

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12 - 79 mi
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Ontario has 10 backpacking trails. These trails range from 12.7 to 79.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lake Superior Provincial Park Trails, Bruce Peninsula National Park Trails and Pukaskwa National Park Trails. Trails.com member Greg W. recently completed Pukaskwa National Park Trails.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park is actually three parks in one. Hikers who like sandy, flat ...
In many ways, the history of Lake Superior Provincial Park, a 155,600ha (384,332-acre) ...
Part of the mystique of Pukaskwa National Park comes from its location on the shores of ...
Ask anybody about Killarney Provincial Park and they’ll tell you about clear blue lakes, ...
Bon Echo Rock on Mazinaw Lake has been an important spiritual site for at least the past ...
While many have tried to explain why the peninsula across from Thunder Bay looks like ...
Neys Provincial Park protects the 6,485 hectares (16,018 acres) that make up the Coldwell ...
When local resident Thomas D. McGrath and his friends began blazing a 25km (15.5mi) trail ...
The Sault Trails and Recreation System (STAR) covers Hiawatha Highlands, Kinsmen Park, ...
One of the great benefits of converting abandoned rail lines to trails is the preservation ...
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