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Bracebridge Cycling Route #1
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Starting in and ending in Bracebridge, this 27km track takes you through charming downtown Bracebridge with views of three spectacular waterfalls; Bracebridge Falls, Muskoka Falls and High Falls.
Ragged Falls Oxtongue River Hiking Trail
Things To Do
The Ragged Falls Oxtongue River trail is only 1 km long but it offers a great view of the Ragged Falls. It is just off Hwy 60 near the Algonquin Park border. Its proximity to Algonquin Provincial Park makes this protected waterway almost an Algonquin appendage, but it's a park in its own right, and...
Arrowhead Provincial Park
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At this year-round park in the heart of Muskoka, hike or bicycle on trails that wind through maple forests and past waterfalls, beaver ponds and homesteaders’ farms. Quiet Arrowhead and Mayflower Lakes and the meandering Little and Big East Rivers, are ideal for paddling, fishing and swimming....
Wilson’s Falls
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Hike the nearby trail, with trail head access at the end of Sander Dr. Wilson Falls is the wildest and most scenic falls on the North Branch of Muskoka River. Located just to the north of the Downtown area off of River Road, Wilson's Falls has a great walking trail which provides a spectacular...
High Falls and Little High Falls
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Two beautiful waterfalls for your picture taking pleasure, High Falls, and the smaller Little High Falls. Follow the hiking trail signs to find them both. For more information, visit the Town of Bracebridge website   
Ragged Falls
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Named one of the 10 best waterfalls in Ontario, this waterfall on Oxtongue River is a must see. There is roughly a 1km hike to this beautiful cascade from a parking area, and you do require a provincial parks pass to access. For more information, visit their website  
Stubbs Falls
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Take this trail in early spring and wildflowers and songbirds will be your reward. At Stubb's Falls, the Little East River rushes down a rock chute. Stop here for a pleasant respite. Admission Fee for access to the park. For more information, visit their website  
Bracebridge Falls
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Located right down town, the Silver Bridge and Bracebridge Falls is an iconic scene. Head down Wharf Rd to Bracebridge Bay Park and see ten historic information plaques identify points of interest along the route. For more information, visit their website  
Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
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This is the original Algonquin Outfitters store, opened in 1961. A lot has changed since that day and a lot has not. The Oxtongue Lake base maintains the largest selection of outfitting equipment, canoes and camping supplies. Canada’s largest light weight rental canoe fleet is hosted here,...
Boating
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Water is everywhere! Muskoka encompasses more than 2,000 sparkling lakes covering some 14,000 kms of shoreline, as well as numerous rivers and waterfalls. Muskoka is the perfect destination for fans of powerboats, classic wooden motorboats and sailing vessels. Thanks to its miles of waterways, many...
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