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Hardy Lake Provincial Park Trail


You will find the Hardy Lake trails in Hardy Lake Provincial Park just off of Hwy 169 east of Torrance. There are no facilities at this Park. Biking, motorized vehicles and camping are not permitted.

For novice users, there is a lovely 3km trail that traverses rocky outcrops, natural shoreline and forested areas. This trail is of moderate difficulty with some steep ascents and declines. Users should have basic navigation skills.

The 8km trail circles the lake with magnificent views of untouched shoreline. This is considered a 'wilderness' trail and can be challenging for novice users! The trail travels over shoreline, wetlands and forested areas and requires some moderate navigation skills. The trail requires at least 2-3 hours to complete.

A seven kilometre trail on the South East side of the park traverses through forest and over wetlands to the shore of Lake Muskoka providing splendid views of one of the 'big lakes'. This trail is also challenging, and users should be prepared to navigate thick bush.

Users are reminded to stay on the trails. For any questions, please refer to the Township of Muskoka Lakes website.



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