Best Trails Near Marathon ON

Marathon has 6 trails in the vicinity, including 3 for sea kayaking and 3 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.9 to 41 miles in length. The longest trail in Marathon is Pukaskwa National Park Trails a well-known trail measuring 41 miles in total length.

The most popular trail is Pukaskwa National Park Trails. Trails.com member Iain M. recently completed Pukaskwa National Park Trails.

More information on the best trails in Marathon can be found below.
  • Pukaskwa National Park Trails

    2 Reviews

    Marathon, ON

    Part of the mystique of Pukaskwa National Park comes from its location on the shores of Lake Superior, the largest by surface area–and possibly coldest– freshwater lake in the world. The lake’s ...
    •  4 trails totaling 1 to 10 days
    •  41 miles
    •  Guide

    Part of the mystique of Pukaskwa National Park comes from its location on the shores of Lake Superior, the largest by surface ...

  • Neys Provincial Park Trails

    0 Reviews

    Marathon, ON

    Neys Provincial Park protects the 6,485 hectares (16,018 acres) that make up the Coldwell Peninsula, including parts of the landscape that form islands within Lake Superior. The largest of these, ...
    •  5 trails totaling 17 hours
    •  12.7 miles
    •  Guide

    Neys Provincial Park protects the 6,485 hectares (16,018 acres) that make up the Coldwell Peninsula, including parts of the ...

  • Hawk’s Ridge (Craig’s Bluff and Craig’s Pit) Trails

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    Marathon, ON

    The entrance to Hawk’s Ridge Trail begins at a short stream that dries into a road of sand and continues left onto a rocky path. The most difficult portion of the trail appears at the beginning ...
    •  1 trail totaling 2.5 hours
    •  1.9 miles
    •  Guide

    The entrance to Hawk’s Ridge Trail begins at a short stream that dries into a road of sand and continues left onto a rocky ...

  • Hattie Cove to Michipicoten River

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    Marathon, ON

    M any kayakers feel this section of shoreline is the best paddling on Lake Superior, if not the Great Lakes. Over 100 miles of roadless wilderness with beautiful rock shoreline, clear turquoise ...
    •  Part day to two weeks
    •  32 miles
    •  Guide

    M any kayakers feel this section of shoreline is the best paddling on Lake Superior, if not the Great Lakes. Over 100 miles ...

  • Hattie Cove to Horseshoe Bay

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    Marathon, ON

    Pukaskwa National Park has some of the most striking wilderness shoreline on Lake Superior, but this roadless park can be difficult to see for those who have days and not weeks to spend. This ...
    •  Part day
    •  4.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Pukaskwa National Park has some of the most striking wilderness shoreline on Lake Superior, but this roadless park can be ...

  • Neys Provincial Park

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    Marathon, ON

    Neys Park, with its 1-mile-long sand beach and great views of Pic Island is already known to many campers and travelers who stay at the campground, but the best parts of Neys are only accessible ...
    •  Part or full day
    •  11 miles
    •  Guide

    Neys Park, with its 1-mile-long sand beach and great views of Pic Island is already known to many campers and travelers who ...