What are the most famous hiking trails in Ontario?

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I am planning to go on a trail journey with my friends on the upcoming weekend. I am looking for the best options for hiking trails in Ontario.

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We have the perfect trails for you, whether you want to conquer a rocky scramble or take a stroll across a boardwalk.

Ganaraska Hiking Trail

Ganaraska Hiking Trail runs five hundred kilometers from Port Hope to Collingwood, meeting the Bruce Trail. The trail is divided into eight sections: Pine Ridge “(63 kilometers)”, Kawartha “(75 kilometers)”, Wilderness “(65 kilometers)”, Orilla “(70 kilometers)”, Barrie “(50 kilometers)”, Wasaga Beach “(51 kilometers)”, Midland “(35 kilometers)”, and Oro-Medonte. Travel about six kilometers north of Moore Falls on the Deep Bay Road (County Road 2), then turn left on the Devil’s Lake Road to get to this trail. There is plenty of parking at Devil’s Lake’s landing.

La Cloche Silhouette Trail

It is regarded as one of the most challenging trails in Ontario, and your efforts will be rewarded with breath-taking views, lakes, streams, rolling hills, and forest areas. Make camp at any of the 54 trailside campsites along the way (permits are required). Keep an eye out for wildlife signs. The George Lake Campground serves as both the starting and ending point for the trail. This trail has ground markings, with blue markings for navigation and yellow markings for camping sites. It is recommended that you keep track of the marked locations.

Kabeyun Trail

The Kabeyun hiking trail Ontario is located near Shuniah Ontario and is 36.7 kilometers long. It takes approximately six to ten hours to complete the entire trail. It is the best hiking trail for the adventurous off-grid enthusiast. The hiking trail has specific times because it is open all year. Dogs are welcome to accompany you on your hike, but they must be kept on a leash at all times.

 

Nokomis Trail

The Nokomis Trail is 2.8 miles long and 4.5 kilometers long, and it is located near the Algoma district. It is usually the best hiking trail to take a break from a long drive, but it is also an ideal trail for hikers. You will be able to see the old women’s river as it flows through a lake bed with ancient cobblestones. It is said that the best time to visit this hiking trail is from May to October when the scenery is green and peaceful.

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Answered by our Expert

With 28 years of experience arranging holidays for my clients, there is very little I don't know about travel, I am a precision planner and take pride in the journeys I create. With my extensive knowledge, and being very well travelled, having visited over 90 destinations, I have invested heavily in ensuring I have very important contacts around the World, in the knowledge that my clients will always treated like VIP's.
Specialist Destinations:

South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Caribbean, Pacific Islands, Far East, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Middle East, United States, Canada, South America, South East Asia

Specialist Areas:

Beaches, Cruise, Heritage & Culture, Luxury, Romantic, Spa & Wellness, Weddings and Honeymoon, Safari

Travel Interests:

Shopping, Architecture, Art, Celebrity, Consumer Rights, Film, Food & Drink, Music

We have the perfect trails for you, whether you want to conquer a rocky scramble or take a stroll across a boardwalk.

Ganaraska Hiking Trail

Ganaraska Hiking Trail runs five hundred kilometers from Port Hope to Collingwood, meeting the Bruce Trail. The trail is divided into eight sections: Pine Ridge “(63 kilometers)”, Kawartha “(75 kilometers)”, Wilderness “(65 kilometers)”, Orilla “(70 kilometers)”, Barrie “(50 kilometers)”, Wasaga Beach “(51 kilometers)”, Midland “(35 kilometers)”, and Oro-Medonte. Travel about six kilometers north of Moore Falls on the Deep Bay Road (County Road 2), then turn left on the Devil’s Lake Road to get to this trail. There is plenty of parking at Devil’s Lake’s landing.

La Cloche Silhouette Trail

It is regarded as one of the most challenging trails in Ontario, and your efforts will be rewarded with breath-taking views, lakes, streams, rolling hills, and forest areas. Make camp at any of the 54 trailside campsites along the way (permits are required). Keep an eye out for wildlife signs. The George Lake Campground serves as both the starting and ending point for the trail. This trail has ground markings, with blue markings for navigation and yellow markings for camping sites. It is recommended that you keep track of the marked locations.

Kabeyun Trail

The Kabeyun hiking trail Ontario is located near Shuniah Ontario and is 36.7 kilometers long. It takes approximately six to ten hours to complete the entire trail. It is the best hiking trail for the adventurous off-grid enthusiast. The hiking trail has specific times because it is open all year. Dogs are welcome to accompany you on your hike, but they must be kept on a leash at all times.  

Nokomis Trail

The Nokomis Trail is 2.8 miles long and 4.5 kilometers long, and it is located near the Algoma district. It is usually the best hiking trail to take a break from a long drive, but it is also an ideal trail for hikers. You will be able to see the old women’s river as it flows through a lake bed with ancient cobblestones. It is said that the best time to visit this hiking trail is from May to October when the scenery is green and peaceful.
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