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    Hikes in Ontario

    Province in Canada

    As Canada’s second largest province, it should be no surprise that Ontario is a fantastic place to get outside and explore the natural beauty of the wild landscapes on offer there. The province features six national parks and 280 provincial parks, providing a wealth of opportunities for day hikes and multi-day backpacking treks that can take place on over 80,000.0 km of trails. With such a large number of hiking routes and a great diversity of terrain, it’s easy to see why over 800,000 Ontarians and countless visitors utilize the trail networks in the province every year.

    A hiking excursion in Ontario can take many different forms, ranging from brief hour-long strolls through a public park to a multi-day trek along the 890.0 km expanse of the Bruce Trail that cuts across the southern portion of the province. Beginner hikers and seasoned outdoor enthusiasts alike will feel at home here, as the main contributor to the difficulty of a hike is the overall length, as opposed to technical terrain. That is not to say that there aren’t any challenging hikes in the province, far from it; however, the lack of any mountainous terrain means that your focus will largely be on physical fitness rather than technical knowledge or prowess. Even still, the breathtaking scenery and stunning landscapes across the province make for a wonderful experience, no matter where you are or what season it may be, so why not make the wild expanse of Ontario the destination of your next hiking adventure.

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      Loree Forest Loop Trail

      5.3 km
      127 m

      Hiking the Loree Forest Loop Trail is a wonderful outdoor excursion near Collingwood that offers amazing views overlooking the blue waters of Georgian Bay. While out on the trail, you will make your way around a peaceful woodland loop before arriving at a wooden lookout platform with views that stretch out across the surrounding forest and ski runs towards the bay. This popular trail is well-suited for hikers of nearly every skill level.

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