Walking & Hiking
Explore Ontario’s natural beauty by walking and hiking our more than 2,600 trails and soaking in the views of our vast wilderness. Many of our trails are world-famous because they’re simply jaw-dropping. Some of the most popular include the Trans Canada Trail, Bruce Trail, Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and the Greenbelt Route. Or enjoy a wander around Ontario’s provincial parks, conservation areas and conservation reserves — there are hundreds of each.
Here’s your ultimate Ontario walking and hiking trail collection: browse articles, specific spots, areas you’ll want to check out and important information to know before you go.
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