Walking Trails in Canada

Walking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 442 walking trails. These trails range from 0 to 429.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Niagara Recreation Trail, Moraine Lake Rockpile and Johnston Canyon. Trails.com member Wendy W. recently completed Tunnel Mountain.
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Next to the Lakeshore Trail, this is the most popular walk in the area, if not in Banff ...
The views from the Rockpile are breathtaking. The view of the lake and its backdrop are ...
This regional park encompassing the former University Endowment Lands has a surprising ...
Connoisseurs of mountain beauty have a deep affection for Tunnel Mountain. James Outram ...
A moderately strenuous walk (height gain 300 m) to two exquisite blue lakes. Interpretive ...
An incredibly scenic trail which overlooks Kananaskis Lakes as it follows the lip of an ...
An easy stroll along the east shore of Upper Kananaskis Lake provides superb views of ...
Catwalks and view platforms permit a unique variety of vantage points for enjoying this ...
Grotto Canyon is the epitome of imposing rock scenery with the added bonus of Indian rock ...
Where do you have the choice of several delightful walks, ranging from a gentle stroll ...
If you are looking for a destination for a country spin, one close to picnic facilities ...
A scenic but strenuous walk in its middle stages as it climbs up a rocky ridge. The views ...
This former estate northwest of Port Coquitlam is now a regional park with a lodge sometimes ...
Apart from this park in Burnaby, there are probably few locations in the Lower Mainland ...
This walk takes you downhill nearly all the way from Simon Fraser University on the summit ...
Niagara Recreation Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Regional Municipality of Niagara, ...
In its official entirety, this trail running along the foot of the slope north of Marine ...
Elbow Loop is an outstanding mountain bike trip along former four-wheel-drive roads through ...
A short but fairly strenuous uphill walk to a source of the Elbow River - brightly-coloured ...
Although these lakes were mapped by surveyors from a nearby ridge in 1892, and were seen ...
An easy trail, accessible by wheelchairs, to a viewpoint overlooking Rockwall Lake and ...
Derby Reach Regional Park lies along the south shore of the Fraser River a few kilometers ...
Kanaka Creek Regional Park, extending in a narrow band upstream from the creek’s mouth ...
Here, in one of Vancouver’s most attractive areas, you have a walk that may be as long ...
Money Point received its name after a ship carrying the pay for the garrison in Quebec ...
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