With 330 parks covering more than 9 million hectares, Ontario has some of the best walking in the world. Here’s our pick of the best hikes in the province
1. Bruce Peninsula National Park
The Bruce, as it’s known, offers something for everyone, from easy walks on the shores of Lake Huron to challenging hikes along limestone cliffs overlooking Georgian Bay.
Hearty hikers can tackle the spectacular Bruce Trail; this 885km trail winds along the magnificent Niagara Escarpment from Queenston to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula.
It takes around 30 days to complete the trail end-to-end – but don’t worry, there are plenty of self-guided hikes along the trail suitable for an hour or a day’s worth of walking.