Forests, friendships, beer, and four more excellent excuses to escape by bike this summer.
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Celebrate the amazing network of 80,000 km on over 2600 trails across the province. Ontario Trails Week showcases the province’s “best of the best” trails with a new Trails of Distinction Program; these trails include Trans Canada Trail Ontario (also known as The Great Trail), Bruce Trail, Great Lakes Waterfront Trail, Greenbelt Route and Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs Trail.
Ontario’s trails system also connects to many of Ontario’s 334 provincial parks, 400 conservation areas and 295 conservation reserves. Whether you run, hike, cycle, ride, paddle or simply stroll, there’s a perfect trail waiting for you to follow.
Plan on a refreshing day hike on well maintained trails or gear up for a multi-day backpack adventure into the heart of Ontario’s backcountry.
Channel your inner wrangler. Saddle up for trail ride, sign up for horseback riding lessons or better yet – stay on an operating ranch and sleep in an ultra-comfortable covered wagon!
If wheels are more your speed, cycle scenic trails, shred up backcountry singletracks and check out the new winter craze of fat biking.
Ancient volcanic action, followed by glacial activity has blessed Ontario with geological wonders such as the Canadian Shield and the Niagara Escarpment - good news for avid rock-climbers. Scale a rockface with your most trusted belayer or go spelunking, bouldering or caving.
Attention adrenaline junkies: get your fill with bungee jumping, parachuting, zip-lining or tree-top trekking. Feed your love (or overcome your fear) of heights on swinging suspension bridges or see the world from a new perspective on a hot air balloon or helicopter ride.
Strap on your helmet, hop on your bike and pedal along Ontario's safe and sophisticated network of roads and trails.
Hike unspoiled nature trails, such as the Bruce Trail, Ontario’s oldest and longest trail, and a UNESCO world biosphere reserve. Explore the Coastal Hiking Trail along Lake Superior, and discover hidden coves, Agawa Rock Pictographs, stunning lookouts and sunken ships along the way.
Put your feet in the stirrups, grab the reins and see the beauty of Ontario on horseback.
Test your nerves on one of our adrenaline pumping adventures.
Discover great climbing, caving and bouldering opportunities, from beginner level to challenges for avid climbers.