Frontenac Provincial Park Snowshoeing
Ontario Trails Events
|Event:||Frontenac Provincial Park Snowshoeing|
|Trail:||Frontenac Provincial Park|
|Date:||2019-12-18 to 2020-03-31|
|Abstract:||Ontario Parks provides a wide range of all year round events in its parks. Ontario's Parks are one of the best places to discover the outdoors and Ontario's trails!|
|Location:||Frontenac Provincial Park 1090 Salmon Lake Road Sydenham Ontario K0H 2T0 Directions|
Although the entire park's network of hiking trails are available to visitors throughout the winter, most snowshoers and hikers enjoy the moderate 3 km Doe Lake Loop and easy 1.5 km Arab Lake Gorge Loop.
For an all day adventure, try the 8 km Bufflehead Trail, located 2 km from the Park Office. The trail meanders around frozen beaver ponds, through forests of pine trees sheltering the trail, and over the barren cold granite forming part of the Canadian Shield.
The Big Salmon Lake Road and Corridor Trail are open to snowshoers and hikers, but please be considerate by staying off the ski tracks.
NOTE: The Park is offering snowshoes for rental during the winter months when the Office is open. These modern style snowshoes, available in various adults and children sizes, come with a pair of trekking poles. No excuse, come and enjoy Frontenac Park in the winter.