There is winter fun aplenty in Muskoka!
FlightNetwork recently recognized Muskoka on its list of Top Signature Winter Experiences in Canada. Only 10 winter experiences in Ontario were featured on the list that highlights 62 winter must-do’s from across the country.
Fat Biking through the snowy wilderness
Fat biking through Muskoka’s snowy wilderness was the first experience to be featured. Winter fat biking has seen a huge increase in popularity in recent years as more and more people take to the trails to try this two-wheeled adventure out for themselves. The best trails for fat biking through Muskoka’s snowy wilderness are in Bracebridge at the Riverside Adventure Trails. Liv Outside offers rentals and trail passes from their location at the trailhead.
Cross Country Ski and Stays
Muskoka is a cross country skiing hot spot, with a number of meticulously groomed trails traversing through the area’s beautiful backcountry. Six resorts in Muskoka have cross country ski trails right on-site, perfect for guests looking for great trails and convenience. There is nothing better than hitting the trails all day and skiing right back to your cozy accommodations to relax and recharge by a warm fire.
- Cedar Grove Lodge
- Bondi Village Cottage Resort
- Deerhurst Resort
- Blue Spruce Resort
- Bayview Wildwood Resort
- Sherwood Inn
Skijoring in Algonquin Park
Skijoring takes pet friendly vacations to a whole new level! Find a pet friendly place to stay in Muskoka, pick up a skjoring kit from Algonquin Outfitters (Huntsville Store) and make your way into Algonquin Park. Algonquin Park has a couple of trails that allow skijoring; the Sunday Lake Dog Sled Trail or the Old Railway Trail. These are great tracks, but it is recommended you have cross country skiing experience before trying these out.
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