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Hiking Trails

Muskoka’s trail network covers some 4000 sq kms of rugged terrain, showcasing some of the most spectacular views and vista hiking trails in Ontario.

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Port Severn Walk
Bracebridge Resource Management Centre
Dwight Heritage Walking & Driving Tour
Strawberry Point Trail
Cooper's Falls Trail
Frost Centre Hiking Trails
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
Devil's Gap Trail
Fairy Vista Trail
Trans Canada Trail
Paint Lake Covered Bridge Walking Trail
Dorset Heritage Trail
Oxtongue Rapids
School House Walk
Ragged Falls Oxtongue River Hiking Trail
Bracebridge Bay
South Monck Covered Bridge Trail
Dwight Beach Trail
Algonquin Park
Muskoka Wharf and Peninsula Trail
Ronville Hiking Trail
Lions Lookout Trail
Hillside Hamlet Trail
Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail
Hahne Farm Trail
Raymond Trail
Baysville Historic Walking Trail
Hunters Bay Trail
Yonge St Trail
Torrance Barrens
Chamberlain Trail
Skeleton Lake Fish Hatchery Trail
Beetle Lake Trail
Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails
Johnston's Cranberry Marsh and Muskoka Lakes Winery
Wilson's Falls Trail
Kahshe Barrens Trail
Old Stone Rd Trail
Brydon's Bay Trail
Arrowhead Provincial Park
Limberlost Forest & Wildlife Reserve
Georgian Bay Island National Park
Dorset Lookout Tower Trail
Hardy Lake Provincial Park
Hazelwood Trail

Discover Muskoka's Amazing Hiking Trails

Muskoka’s trail network covers some 4000 sq kms of rugged terrain. Vast forests of spruce, pine, poplar, tamarack, balsam and birch are easily accessible by some of Ontario's best hiking trail systems. Many trails lead to panoramic lookout points where sightseers and photographers can enjoy stunning scenic vistas. Muskoka is also a paradise for wildlife lovers. Birdwatchers are spoilt with some 250 species to search for, and more than 50 types of mammals and 25 species of amphibians call Muskoka home. Although there’s no guarantee you’ll see a moose or a bear, a hike through the woods will likely result in a glimpse of an otter or beaver, a woodpecker or a heron and perhaps even some deer. Just north of Muskoka, Algonquin Provincial Park is great for those favouring an active lifestyle, and fitness fans will enjoy its nine interpretive trails. For those who prefer a slower pace, Muskoka’s full of tranquil forest hiking trails just waiting to be explored. For a complete list of trails in Muskoka with trail guides you can download, visit the Muskoka Trails Council. With lush forests, spectacular granite outcroppings, fascinating wildlife, and sweeping vistas and lookouts, it is evident why some of Muskoka's tracks are known to be the best hiking trails in Ontario.
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