Hiking and Biking Trails in Ontario (Ontario Trails)


Ontario has some of the most beautiful and extensive trail systems in the world. From the 885 km long Bruce Trail http://brucetrail.org/pages/trail (which also connects to the Ganaraska Hiking Trail , adding 500 more km) to the Trans Canada Trail , the world's longest network of recreational trails (when completed, it will stretch 22000km from the Atlantic to the Pacific), there is something for everyone. Ontario has some beautiful rail trails too, such as the 47 km Elora Cataract Trail , the Cataraqui Trail from Strathcona to Smith Falls, the Oro-Medonte Trail , and the Victoria Rail Trail Corridor . But don't limit yourself to hiking on the trails. There are also many biking trails, too. Mountain Bike the Bruce is an initiative in Bruce County, which has developed 12,500 acres of "pure cycling wilderness", free to use. Also consider checking out the 350 km of recreational through Durham Region - they have a trails guide available.

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