10 locations that are perfect for hiking!

SUGGESTIONS OF TRAILS ACROSS CANADA

Here are some of the best places across Canada to stretch out your legs and get some fresh air.

Vancouver Island, British Columbia

GALLOPING GOOSE REGIONAL TRAILS
Hikers, cyclists, and horse riders all agree that Galloping Goose Regional Trail is one of the most beautiful paths for exploring Vancouver Island’s southern reaches and has been named one of the 10 best hikes in Canada.

Banff, Alberta

TUNNEL BENCH LOOP
Typically ridden clockwise, this popular loop trail is winding and offers various entry-level single tracks with minimal elevation gain. Take in the spectacular views of iconic Mount Rundle, Cascade Mountain, and the Fairholme Range.

Meewasin Valley, Saskatchewan

MEEWASIN VALLEY TRAIL
Meewasin Valley sure lives up to its name. In Cree, Meewasin means “beautiful”, and this stunning area hugging the South Saskatchewan
River offers picture-perfect autumn vistas. Ideal for urbanites craving a brush with nature, the Meewasin Valley.

Wasagaming, Manitoba

GREY OWL TRAIL
If you tread carefully along northern Manitoba’s Grey Owl Trail, you might be fortunate to spot white-tailed deer, beaver, foxes and maybe even a moose or coyote. Deep inside Riding Mountain National Park, this gentle trail takes hikers on a 17 km journey through sandy beaches, Jack pine forests and clusters of aspen, poplar and balsam trees.

Ottawa, Ontario

OTTAWA VALLEY & RENFREW COUNTY
The Ottawa Valley has a number of rivers and valleys interconnected throughout Renfrew County. The area has a number of mapped
riding routes that criss-cross the Ottawa River, Bonnechere and Madawaska Rivers, and skirt many lakes along the way.

Quebec City, Quebec

SAINTE-ANNE’S RIVER PARK
This riverside park is a unique place that’s rich in nature and history. A path, lookouts and docks allow you to discover its wonderful biodiversity and to enjoy the peacefulness of this exceptional site, just a few minutes on foot from downtown Saint-Raymond.

Moncton, New Brunswick

CENTENNIAL PARK
It follows a mostly flat, dirt-and-gravel trail that is suitable for all ages and abilities. You will walk through the woods, arriving at picnic areas and recreational spots throughout the park.

Appin Road, Prince Edward Island

APPIN ROAD TRAIL
Constructed in 1862, this clay lane near the Island’s south shore is peaceful and off the beaten track. Autumn’s vibrant colours are on full display along this winding trail.

Cap-Breton Island, Nova-Scotia

CABOT TRAIL
The natural beauty of the highlands provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor activities such as golfing, kayaking, hiking, cycling, and whale watching.

St. John’s, Newfoundland

EAST COAST TRAIL
Starting from the historic city of St. John’s, you can head north or south over 265 kilometres of developed trail.

Fall is the great time to walk and to explore new trails. Go on, take care of those legs!

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