Ontario boasts over 80,000 km in trails. Whether you're in downtown Toronto or North of Superior, we have a trail for you.
The Ontario Trails Council is a registered charity, led by volunteers who promote the development, management, use and conservation of Ontario's trails.
You'll find everything from gentle walking trails to rock faces for climbing and water routes to canoe and kayak.
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Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Ontario Trails News - there are nearly 300 Ontario trails in Ontario Parks
From cross-country skiing to skating, from winter camping to snowshoeing, Ontario's provincial parks have such a wide variety of fun family activities, you'll never get bored this winter.
Here are some examples:
Experience night skating on a lit 400-metre trail through the woods at MacGregor Point Provincial Park or check out the skating trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park that winds through the park campground or the Olympic-sized skating rink at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Learn to dogsled in Algonquin Provincial Park.
Participate in a snowshoe workshop in Frontenac Provincial Park which includes a guided hike on one of the park's 100 kilometres of trails.
Take part in the cross-country skiing loppet at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. The eight-kilometre mini loppet is perfect for families, children and rookies.
In 2013, Ontario’s provincial parks received more than 8.5-million visits from people around the world.