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Total Distance of Trails (km): 4.5

1319 9th Line RR#2, Carleton Place, ONK7C 3P2

If you’re looking for a family friendly, dog friendly, even grounded trail with all the trees and birds – then this is an easy win. It is ideal for hiking, running, snowshoeing. The trails are mostly flat and wide making them accessible to robust strollers.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 8

867 Carbine Rd, Pakenham, ON K0A 2X0

There are up to 8kms of trails on this 200 acre property. The beauty is that there are a multitude of side trail loops which gives us the options to hike as short or as long as we want. If you take the outermost loops then you can hike just over 4kms in one circuit.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

Debruge Rd, Brockville, ON

Mac Johnson is a fantastic family friendly area that's ideal for hiking, birding, running, and snowshoeing. There are often events held at this location through the year and there is a skating pond in the winter.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 12

Barrett Chute Rd, Calabogie, ON K0J 1H0

A very popular trail system, it mostly gets busy with families, tourists, and people training after 9am on the weekends. With 6 lookouts, hiking manitou mountain (versus just eagles nest) is recommended. There is geocaching onsite.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4.5

Chem. de l'Hôtel de Ville, Luskville, QC J0X 2G0

Luskville Falls is a popular favourite for those looking for steep elevation and a challenging rocky terrain (especially on the descent) with the option of a longer hike to the fire tower. The falls is best in the spring.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 100

6700 Salmon Lake Rd Sydenham K0H 2T0

Hands down the highlight of these trails is the wildlife. They also have interpretive trails, lookouts, and open year-round for backcountry recreation (48 interior campsites). All vehicles must park in a designated area and display a valid park permit.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 40

901 Rang Tout-de-Joie, Woburn, QC G0Y 1R0

The second highest summit in southern Quebec! The views are unparalleled at the peak of this challenging hike. There no wifi or cell range with the exception of at the peak. This was perfect, offering complete forest immersion.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

830 Chem. Paugan, Denholm, QC J8N 9B7

This waterfalls is stunning and also somewhat accessible in that it is only a few metres from the parking lot so that almost all can enjoy a picnic by the falls. For those with mobility issues requiring aids however, this might be a challenge as there are steps to get down to the falls.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 3.5

100 Wild Life Rd, Perth, ON.

Perth Wildlife Reserve is located on the marsh of a massive 257 hectare reserve. I think ‘wild’ is the right way to describe the place. Not only are some parts of the trails a little overgrown, but all the other areas seemed to be alive with different creatures especially in spring.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

Stanley Lash Lane, Lyndhurst, ON K0E 1N0

This extremely popular 10km trail offers epic vista views and incredible fall landscape. It is family friendly with diverse terrain and interest points along the pathway.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

Mackenzie King Estate, Chelsea, QC J9B 1H7

An enjoyable 5km trail with points of interest that include: Lauriault Trail Lookout, Bridal Veil Falls, Mackenzie King Estate, Abbey Ruins, and Mulhivill Lake.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 8.5

P13, Chemin du Lac Meech, Chelsea, QC J9B 1H9

Wolf Trail in Gatineau Park is a fan favourite for local and tourists alike. Well, really, all of Gatineau Park is a fan fave since I’m sure every single adult in the city heads there on the weekends to hike, bike, swim, ski, snowshoe, go on first dates, etc.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4.5

502 Hills of Peace Rd

Blueberry Mountain is a 4.5km trail that is rich beyond measure in flora, fauna, and has incredibly kind and friendly eco-loving owners. It is privately owned land (CliffLAND) and under a conservation easement with Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust (MMLT).

Total Distance of Trails (km): 10

Chem. Schyan, Sheenboro, QC J0X 2Z0

This 10km hike is the gem on the Pontiac region with multiple lookout areas, rock formations, pictographs, beachfront, vista views, and a lake. The hike offers large rock formations and diverse fauna to observe along the way, the last optional section to the beach is a good challenge.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

Mount Shark Road, Spray Lakes PP, Kananaskis

This incredibly challenging trail offers 2480m of elevation at summit. The very narrow ridge (for distance) is not for the faint of heart and should only be attempted by skills hikers with proper gear on fair weather days.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 8

AB-742, Canmore, AB T0L 2C0

This uber popular hike went through some trail changes in order to accommodate the heavy foot traffic. The trail is wider and the switch backs longer along with some stairs. Parks Alberta stated that Ha Ling Peak see as many as 670 hikers in one day!

Total Distance of Trails (km): 11

AB-66, Bragg Creek, AB T0L 0K0

Nahahi Ridge is a stunning and enjoyable 11km hike offering forest, meadows, and alpine views of the valley.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 8

Blackcomb Peak, Whistler, BC V0N 0A0

The Via Ferrrata in Whistler in not for the faint of heart! A real adventure that challenges you and rewards with incredible views.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

300 Chemin Saddler, Mayo, QC J8L 4L8

Have you ever been to Forêt-la-Blanche? This beaut is a rare gem in that it’s an ecological reserve not far from city life. The flora is untouched and fauna roams wild and free. A great escape to go explore with family and friends.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 1

100 Malo St, Plaisance, Quebec, J0V 1S0.

The most impressive waterfalls in the region with it's 63 metre drop, Chutes de plaisance also offers a significant historical past.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5.5

P7, Chemin de kingsmere, Chelsea, QC J9B 1H9

Skyline trail (trail #6) in Gatineau Park is one of the few trails that offer up an eastern facing lookout to catch the sun rise. With an adventurous spirit and head lamps on… off you go!

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5.5

Bow Valley Pkwy, Alberta T1L 1K2

This extremely popular hiking spot offers upper and lower falls through the canyon, however once you start hiking towards the ink pots the crowds significantly diminish. The ink pots, and the valley, are in my opinion, the wow factor on this hike.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 15

Yoho Valley Road, Field, British Columbia V0A 1G0

Is there something about this trail or was there something about that day? Either way, it goes down as the best hike I’ve had all year. Between the wild weather, nice long stretch on the alpine, and utter feeling of peace looking out at the landscape…this was an incredible day.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 10

1 Moraine Lake Rd, Lake Louise, AB T0L 1E0

Moraine Lake is a national gem, but have you ventured on the trails around it? Larch Valley is a trail leading into the valley with the Ten Peaks surround it while the path continues on to Sentinel Pass. The larch trees are gorgeous in the fall but trust me, it’s stunning at any time of the year.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 15

111 Lake Louise Dr, Lake Louise, AB T0L 1E0

Hiking to the Lake Agnes Tea House is considered an iconic staple when it comes to Lake Louise and Banff National Park. So despite the possibility of crowds (spoiler: it wasn’t bad) and the challenge with parking (it was that bad, ha ha) go for it! And no surprise…it was completely worth it.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

AB-742, Canmore, AB T0L 2C0

East End of Rundle trail is pretty darn memorable. A few laughs, a few jaw dropping, and a few what-the-bananas moments really. We’re nothing but happy hearts for hiking this one! This is a poorly marked trail (easy to get off track/lost) with lots of scree to scramble at elevation.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2.5

Concession Rd 8, Lanark Highlands, ON K0G 1M0

This is where the Mississippi Valley Conversation Authority and local volunteers get all the praise, this walking trail is very accessible which is rare. If you’re conscious of accessibility, park in the second parking lot to reach the boardwalk to view the orchids.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 1.5

Kjeåsen vente parkering Fv103 5783 Eidfjord Norway

As a gateway in Hardangerfjord, Eidfjord is wonderful. Not only are there plenty of hiking options, but it’s a great place to refuel and rest up. It’s rated as a difficult hike, mostly due to it’s technical requirements and extremely steep elevation.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 1

Fv335 80, 6871 Jostedal, Norway

Perhaps it was that it was later in the day. Or maybe because we were the only two nuts that would go out in the rain. Despite the hour (close to 8pm?) and the rain (like it always does), you couldn’t wipe the smiles from our faces for having gotten up close to Norway’s ‘most accessible’ glacier – Nigardsbreen.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 14

Utladalsvegen 1, 6884 Øvre Årdal, Norway

Vettisfossen is a wild amount of water free falling 275m to the rocks below. Understandably, you can hear it before you see it! The waterfalls itself was wonderful to see, but adsorbing the whole landscape together left me stunned. Majestic waterfalls and vibrant greens makes you think that darfs and giants could walk out at any second.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 8.5

Turtagrø Hotel, 6877 Fortun, Norway

As for Jotunheimen National Park, that was a no-brainer. It was both beautiful and accessible. So we made the one-lane-switch-backs-everywhere-foggiest-day-ever drive up to Turtagrø, deciding to camp the night at the Turtagrø Hotell and hike in the morning when the weather was more favourable.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4

20020 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County Road 2, Summerstown, ON K0C 2E0

Beautiful boardwalk over marshlands for great sunrise views and birding opportunities. There are more than 130 species of birds and viewing platforms along the trails to observe them.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 16

Cohab Canyon Trailhead Torrey, UT 84775

The challenging 16km of Frying Pan Trail through Cohab Canyon over to Cassidy Arch Bridge is a rewarding experience you won't soon forget.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 3.5

Powderface Ridge, Bragg Creek, AB T0L 0K0

If you’re looking for a quick win with big views, you might be looking for Little Buddha via Powderface. It’s a win. I mean really, you could even work a full day first and manage to hike this one before sunset. I can’t say much expect that this hike was a lot of fun and the views exceeded expectation.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 3.5

King Creek Ridge Trailhead, Kananaskis Trail (Hwy 40), Kananaskis, AB T0L 2C0

There are likely more trails in Kananaskis Country, Alberta than I’ll ever be able to hike. It’s those breathtaking views and ever present wildlife that will keep me trying for years to come though. Each hike has been challenging due to required skill and weather, and it seems like the tradition lived on with King Creek Ridge.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4.5

Ken Richie Way, Canmore, AB T0L 2C0

This is a very accessible trail in that it is wide, mostly smooth, and a gentle albeit steady incline. In fact there were two strollers out today, easily making their way on the trail. Can’t say be much fun if the path were muddy or snow covered though.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 7

35 Chemin du Lac Long, Blue Sea, QC J0X 1C0

Mont Morissette’s observation tower offers an unobstructed 360′ panoramic view of rolling hills and lakes was impressive, especially while dressed in it’s finest fall colours. You can drive up to the tower or hike between 1-7kms. There is also a second lookout on trail #2.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 36

5000 Chem. du Lac Caribou, Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, QC J0T 1J2

One word: TREEHOUSE. Like how fun is that right? I mean, so what if you’re a grown ass adult. The possibility of staying in a treehouse is still too much fun to pass up. So maybe you bring the kids, and maybe you don’t…staying at Refuges Perchés in parc eco-laurentides is a good spot for outdoor lovers to explore.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

Chemin de la Baie Noire, Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau, QC J0X 2X0

A beautiful hike with a natural stone bridge, waterfalls, picnic area, and lake views.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

C.P. 155, 6 Chem. du Barrage, Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau, QC J0X 2X0

The secret is out! Chute Rouge is only 1.5 hrs (ish) from Ottawa are wonderful, incredible trails full of highlights like this one. There are plenty of options on this trail system, ranging from a few hundred metres (to see the waterfalls) to over 10kms if you joined some of the trails together for an epic hike.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 16

135 rue Michaud, Coaticook, Quebec

Le Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook offers up an impressive suspension bridge, 16 kms of trails, cabins and campsites, Foresta Lumina, hiking, camping (summer and winter), mountain biking and Snowshoeing, Yukigassen (The battle of snowballs), ice climbing and more.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

1883 chemin May, Coaticook (QC) J1A 2S4

A long weekend in the Eastern Townships is always a good idea, mostly because they have something for everyone to enjoy. Hiking Mont Pinnacle was an easy win for the day, and we were rewarded with dramatic cliffs, calming waters, fresh winds, and rolling blue green mountains in the backdrop.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 12

557, chemin de Coaticook, East Hereford Quebec J0B 1S0

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

Rose Hill Rd, Addington Highlands, ON K0H 1L0

Have you heard of Rose Hill Nature Reserve?!? It’s in Lennox & Addington County near the Renfrew County border. For all us country loving locals, that’s between Bon Echo Provincial Park and Calabogie along Hwy 41. It has one of the coolest stories behind it...

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

318 Concession Rd 11, Carleton Place, ON K7C 0C5

The Poole Family Nature Sanctuary is a 110 acre property and the newest addition to MMLT. So new, that the low traffic pathway is barely visible. Thankfully there are plenty of bright trail marker to lead the way.⁠

Total Distance of Trails (km): 1.2

12301 Ormond Rd, Winchester, ON K0C 2K0

Oschmann Forest is a little know gem of a trail in Winchester. Only 40 mins from downtown Ottawa and it is the perfect trail to bring you littles on a family hike! Not to mention plenty of nearby options for a second hike, beach swims, and cafes if you want to make a day of it.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 20

6150 County Rd 27, Williamstown, ON K0C 2J0

Uutdoor lovers rejoice, you can wander and explore your heart out at Summerstown Trails. The forest floor is covered in Trilliums in the spring. These trails as a fan favourite in the winter with a decent 10kms of fat bike trails, plus groomed 20+ kms worth of classic and skate ski trails. Oh, and 12+ kms of snowshoe trails.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 29

3546-3700 Roger Stevens Dr, North Gower, ON K0A 2T0

This inner city trail offers a complete forest immersion will have you forgetting about the city all together. Choose from a 4km loop using Cedar Grove Trail around the pond or over 29kms of forest trails.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 10

15751 Berwick Rd, Berwick, ON K0C 1G0

Warwick Forest is typical of the trails of Stormont, Dundas, & Gelngarry County in that it offers dense forest settings, peaceful paths, and an abundance of wildlife.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6.5

10034 County Rd 18, Brinston, ON K0E 1C0

Robert Graham Conservation Area is a 140 acres property with 6.5kms of trails with large mature maples and an abundance of bird life. There is a 2km loop option and the trail is considered easy with no elevation.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 0.28

Concession Rd 11, Alfred, ON K0B 1A0

So here’s the thing – the Alfred Bog Walk may be teeny with only a 278m boardwalk but she’s mighty in flora and fauna is that’s your thing! How?!? Ummm, how about pitchers plants? Or wild orchids? Or a healthy moose population?!?!

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

156 Morris Island Dr, Fitzroy Harbour, ON K0A 1X0

With a large 47 hectare site on the Ottawa River with multiple islands, Morris Island Conservation Area is a fun trail system to explore.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 180

The Limerick Forest Interpretive Centre, 1175 Limerick Rd, Oxford Station, ON K0G 1T0

Limerick forest is 5782-hectare community forest about 15mins south of Kemptville. It’s been on the list to hike and explore for a while! Once there, all I could think was that it’s a excellent spot to unwind, ground, and find peace. Aaaaand trail run. Or cross-country ski. Or bring the pups.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4

County Road 44, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0

Ferguson Forest is a great spot for trail runners. And in the winter there are cross country skiers and snowshoers when the weather brings enough snow.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 100

1000 Chem. Kenauk, Montebello, QC J0V 1L0

Kenauk Nature is graced with some wonderful hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing trails. They have over 100kms of trails, two waterfalls, and two fire towers that you can climb if brave enough.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 30

12560 ON-60, Golden Lake, ON K0J 1X0

If you’re looking for a mini getaway, staying at the rustic-yet-modern cabins at Deacon Escarpment might be for you. I say ‘might’ but really I mean are-you-insane-why-haven’t-you-booked-already?! They have 30 kms of trails, a private lake to canie, more wildlife that I could identify paw prints, and views that leave you full of gratitude.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4

Terry Fox Drive (at Kanata Ave), Ottawa, ON

The trails within the city of Ottawa are diverse, interesting, beautiful, and in abundance. #whoknew So when Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority picked up Carp River as a new Conservation Area right in the heart of city life – it was exciting. Not only is it a a nice wide and relatively flat 4km trail, but it also makes for a stunning sunset backdrop.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

2854 Ramsay Concession 8, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0

With a large 152 acres preserve the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area has five different trails of varied length that take you along the river, deep into the forest and wandering through fields.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

137 Blakeney Rd, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0, Canada

Have you ever been to Blakeney Rapids just a few minutes west of Almonte? This local favourite is beautiful park with 1.5km of trails. Small but mighty with a backdrop of thick woods and roaring rapids. An easy to walk and the perfect spot to relax and explore.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

Concession Rd 6 North Darling, Clayton, ON K0A 1P0

Kate’s Lake is one of those hikes that you definitely should take a look through the hike guide before venturing out. The two trail options to reach the lake are unmarked and cell reception is spotty at best.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

Rock Lake Road, 8 km south of Highway 60, Algonquin Highlands, ON K0J 2M0

Booth’s Rock Trail is nothing short of magical. Guaranteed to bring out the outdoor wanderlust in us all, this is a must hike trail with endless sights. This trail was selected at near random, and I am OH SO thankful this one jumped out at us. A 5.1km hike of moderate difficulty, with lookouts, rich in history, and a true representation of our expansive foliage, this one is for the books!

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

County Rd 38, Portland, ON K0G 1V0

Mill Pond Conservation Area was found after taking a look at trails in and around the area of Perth. How was this one missed? With 6kms of trails through forestlands and multiple view points of the ponds, this was a great spot to trail run.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

Palmerston Canonto Conservation Area, Arcol Rd, Ompah, ON K0H 2J0

Palmerston Canonto Conservation Area (PCCA) Trails – are fantastic. Why? Because there are multiple trails, some decent elevation for Ontario, and two lookouts. Can it be one of our favourites? I know…there are plenty of “favourites”. Let’s just say it was completely enjoyable and exactly what was needed.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 18

Wabun Lake Rd Greater Madawaska, ON K0J 1H0

Wabun Lake is one of those trails that offer up just the right amount of challenge and scenery. It’s also an unmarked trail by the township of Greater Madawaska and a bit tricky to understand the route

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

638 Mill Rd, Madoc, ON K0K 2K0

O'Hara Mill Homestead and Conservation Area is rich with history and beautiful backdrops. With 2kms of trails, you'll take a stroll through time with it's Mill, ponds, log homes and interpretive signs.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

25467 Hwy 7, Sharbot Lake, ON K0H 2P0

This relatively moderate effort and family friendly trail is only a 1.2 km loop with water views for over half of it. There is some elevation to the view point (where you can view both lakes), and is best enjoyed if hiking clockwise.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 10

374 Long Lake Rd, Barry’s Bay, ON K0J 1B0

Thomas P Murray Recreational Trails consist of six hiking paths that have incredible panoramic views that you’ll fall in love with. There are fantastic nearby points of interest like a water slide (not what you think) and historic points. Amazing local shops/cafes that you’re sure to enjoy.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 14

2065 Bulger Rd, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0

No mirage. The large tug boat is there. It’s Shaw Woods Educational Centre inserting another teaching point along the trail. Albeit a big point. Ha ha. There’s historical context and a beautiful new sign explaining it all. With 6 trails, a nature centre, lookout points, and interpretive signs - this is an easy family win.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2.5

1378-1672, County Rd 16, Lanark, ON K0G 1K0

The Lanark County Community Forest trail is also known as Gun Creek Trail locally. Its a peaceful 2.5km loop hike through the forest with with minimal elevation and a picnic spot by the creek. It’s a family friendly trail, normally quite quiet, and a great spot to practice tree identification.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 7

NCC P2, Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON K2H 8B2

A very popular hiking area, the NCC’s Shirley’s Bay sector boasts over 7kms of trails with shoreline, wetlands, and treed sections. It is an ecologically significant area with it’s diverse terrain and, to the delight of birders, is along an important bird migration. Over 270 species have been spotted here!

Total Distance of Trails (km): 7

936 Hwy 7, Central Frontenac, ON K0H, Canada

Kennebec Wilderness Trails is one of those gems that you whizz by driving likely too fast on hwy 7 with over 7kms of ridiculously well marked trails that go up and down and up again! Through wooded areas, open fields, past creeks, ponds, and view points.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 5

7498 Carter Rd, Kars, ON K0A 2E0

Baxter Conservation Area is the kind of trail you can keep on repeat if you’re looking for an easy hike that’s family friendly! The because of the flat terrain and boardwalks, the trails are great for strollers/mild mobility issues. There are multiple lookout points.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 20

NCC 23, Ottawa, ON K2M 1A9

The Stony Swamp sector of the Greenbelt is amazing, I mean really, how lucky are we to have this much greenery within city limits?!?! Within Stony Swamp conservation area you’ll find Old Quarry, Jack Pine, Lime Kiln, Beaver, Chipmunk, Sarsaparilla trails. Each of those trails will be covered in this trail report.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 7

284 McNab St, Arnprior, ON K7S 3L9

MacNamara Trail is a beautiful spot to enjoy a diverse range of flora and bird life. With multiple interest points along the pathway, it should be noted that the lookout area makes for an excellent sunrise over the water.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

March Rd, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0

Just another flat, boring, and short trail. But is it? What we foster curiousity in nature to open up opportunities for learning, connection, and well-being. What if we became citizen scientists, detectives, researchers?⁠ Immersed in each trail like turning the page of a mystery novel…⁠

Total Distance of Trails (km): 3

14255 Concession 10-11 Road, Crysler, ON

It is always a little wild to discover something new so close to home. With the booming question: “how have I not been here before!?!?” Only a few minutes from home, Reveler Conservation Area was a surprising and happy trail to stumble upon.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 4.5

11319 County Road 2, Morrisburg, ON

What if I told you that there’s a magical forest in Morrisburg? One that’s rich with diverse flora and all-the-birds. Hmm, and geocaching. An easy 4.5km hike. Oh, and it has two beaches nearby that you can enjoy post hike. Aaaand you can go watch the big ships go through the locks and sail down the St-Lawrence.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 1

98 Craig Street, Russell & 110 Forced Road, Russell

Ahhhhh home sweet home! #russellproud Anywaaaaaays, J Henry Tweed Conservation in Russell is on 16 acres nestled between the subdivision and the New York Central Fitness Trail.Think of it as a mini forest escape, before going for a bike/run/walk on the paved NYCFT. It’s a lush area with stairs, bridges, and a creek running through it.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 63

1001 Chemin de la Grande Presqu’île, Plaisance, QC J0V 1S0

Parc nationale de Plasiance offers up a diverse landscape with multiple features like waterfalls, river views, marshlands, boardwalks, observation tower, and a suspension bridge. Not to mention the cycling trails, onsite camping, and kayak/canoe/SUP rentals. It’s a large park, with 28 square kms to explore and enjoy.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 24

39, chemin de la Montagne-Noire Ripon (Québec) J0V 1V0

“I couldn’t be more content” said Rosalyn, and really, I couldn’t have agreed with her more. We were testing out a road trip idea and hiking trail #7 up Mont Grand Pic in Parc National des Montagnes Noire was part of one road trip itinerary for the Outaouais region. Ouff, did it deliver the wow factor.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 6

Chemin du Lac du Brochet, Bowman, QC

The Parc regional de la foret Bowman is comprised of 680 hectacres of land that houses six peaks and five lakes. After reading through the 2010 proposal for development of the parc, there are significant changes to come that will make forest bowman a prime destination for outdoor adventurists and nature lovers.

Thomas A. Dolan Pkwy, Carp, ON K0A 1L0

Total Distance of Trails (km): 2

161 Ottawa Street, Arnprior, ON or 25 Division Street N, Arnrprior, ON

Total Distance of Trails (km): 9

1662 2nd Lake Rd, Verona, ON K0H 2W0

Quite Conservation uses Avenza Maps that you can download for free and track your hike. More information available from Avenza Maps.

Total Distance of Trails (km): 3

42 Leacock Rd, Frankville, ON K0E 1HO