One of the best kept hiking secrets in Ontario is King Campus. Our trails invite the hiker to experience old growth forests, rolling hills, meadows, wetlands and the historic pathways of Eaton Hall. We are proud to host part of the Oak Ridges Trail, an initiative to create a recreational trail along the full length of the moraine, from Albion Hills in the west to the Northumberland Forest in the east.
In addition to this provincial trail, Seneca King offers 14 km of its own internal trails for hiking in the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter. A ski shop is open during the winter months to accommodate skiers and snowshoers. We are pleased to offer visitors to the campus, a copy of our King Nature Guide that explains many of the natural features you’ll see on your walk. The nature guide is a valuable summary of restoration work on campus, and our plans to manage the land in the future. Information provided by the Seneca College website.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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