Bruce, Grey, Simcoe
Trails everywhere, pretty much sums up the trail systems in Bruce, Grey, Simcoe! Multi-use trails are accessible all year long.
Greater Toronto Area
With 100's of kilometers of trails, close to home and all the other great activities the Greater Toronto Area has to offer, you'll enjoy all the outdoor and indoors of the GTA!
Haliburton Highlands to the Ottawa Valley
So many things To Do in Ontario's Highlands! - Discover what we have to offer! #ComeWander
Hamilton, Halton and Brant
Discover true Canadian Nature in Hamilton, Halton, Brant. The Home of Nature Unexpected. Plan your next outdoor adventure today!
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington
Come on over and enjoy wagon country to the great lake of Huron. Our variety of cultures in a town and country setting is sure to thrill!
Kawarthas and Northumberland
Kawartha's Northumberland trails are both close to home and ready to use! Check out our cycling routes, hiking trails and multi-use trail systems at the Ganaraska Forest!
Muskoka, Parry Sound and Algonquin Park
Georgian Bay to the Barron Canyon, cottages with quiet inland lakes, mountain biking on the Shield, Muskoka-Parry-Sound-Algonquin-Park has the best of all trails!
Polar Bear Country welcomes you, great snowmobiling, hiking and a variety of rugged outdoor adventure trails await you in Northeastern Ontario!
From the Manitoba border, through Kenora to Marathon, with the great Lake Superior, hiking the Casque Isles or ice climbing Mount McKay, Northwest Ontario brings you heritage and trails!
Ottawa and Countryside
Ottawa embraces its natural surroundings throughout the year like no other city. Just outside of the downtown core, you’ll find fantastic trail attractions with rugged landscapes in various seasons.
Sault Ste. Marie - Algoma Country
Start at the entrance to Lake Superior, with Group of Seven Trail, see communities and enjoy activities, use the Algoma Rail with canyons and great hiking, ATV, snowmobile, climbing and canoeing. This region defines down-home rugged!
South Eastern Ontario
North Shore of the St. Lawrence, from Quebec to Prince Edward County, the trails quide you east or west, with some of Ontario's trails that are best!
Trails enter Ontario from Port Huron and Detroit, then jumping off you can cycle, hike, canoe or trek, via food routes, quilt routes, follow migratory birds, see Pelee, or don a jersey and Tour de Norfolk!