Explore the most popular birding trails in Ontario with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Rock Dunder

13 hours ago

Great trail. Beautiful views.

mountain biking
19 hours ago

Just completed this trail with my 12 year old son. Good trail, marked well by following the blue hiking paths. Love the emergency markers along the trail. Took us 2 hours to bike, stopping along the way. The pro bikers were very courteous, calling out.."passing on the left" and if we were stopped they asked if everything was ok. Bring plenty of water, there is no fill stations along the way. Will be back soon.

Great trail, we went with our two dogs. It was a workout some of the hills are a steep climb. Will definitely do this one again! Easy to find the opening of the trail on Britannia at Blind Line and space for a few cars to park .

Really good trail. Make sure you pack plenty of water and snacks with lots of energy. Did the whole thing along with most of the side trials.

Nice trail for the first part. Towards the far end the vegetation gets thick and there are some muddy parts so progress slows. There are some beautiful views of Mud Lake and wetlands. Definitely worth exploring!

This trail has amazing views. Definitely bring snacks and lots of water! We didn’t do the full 15km loop. There are lots of opportunities via side trails to make this hike shorter if necessary. This trail is pretty rugged, but very enjoyable. Due to the steep cliffs and crevices, it’s probably a great idea to bring kids. I will definitely be doing this hike again!

That is a nice little climb to get to the lookout. Trail is well kept. Signage is a bit dated and one sign is missing.
My dog got a little too close to the edge when he figured he could actually get one of the pair of vultures that were above us and below us.
There is some old fire hose that was once used as hand railing. Just looks messy now.
If you want to look over the edge, best to bring a rope for safety

Beautiful falls and great trek through the woods

Beautiful day, dry. Lots of bugs - bring bug spray

Great trail. Nice views

Good trail. Saw some turtles. Has a beautiful lookout. Many picnic tables to eat before the short hike.


1 day ago

Amazing and beautiful views. The trail is well marked. It will be a challenging hike for some as you must go up and down hills. It's rewarding and would love to do it again in the fall.

2 days ago

Very noisy close to highway. I like the rugged path, I worked up a sweat through the nice forest but nothing really to look at. Went off the path to get closer look at lake. Unfortunately I saw dead birds, tires, an old propane tank and rubber balls. On path not too much garbage at all but off the path theres some dumping. No dog poop thanl goodness! Will try next time with mountain bike or binoculars for bird watching. Not the nicest to see smoke stacks in the sunset.

Great alternative to the Grotto! I found the trail itself and the lookouts very similar to the Bruce Peninsula National Park, but with fewer people. I would definitely do this trail again.

Nice trail, easy enough for kids, and yeah, those big pines are a sight to see!

Beautiful trial in the woods with some awesome views of swamp/wetlands areas. There is a Wild Birdcare Centre here too. The trail is easy and great for anyone or a family to come explore!

on Noisy River

2 days ago

The entry of the trail is really hard to find. Parking in the street. But the forest looks amazing.

Definitely not a bike path!! Lol. The walk is thru the forest and it is full of ups and downs with rocks and tree roots exposed. We took the key hole path and it is definitely something to see and do.

Bring your bug spray, hiking stick, good hiking shoes and lots of water. It is a beautiful walk!

2 days ago

I was able to hike this while trail in sections, or you can go the whole trail out and back if you want to. I only went the one way and hiked some others off of it. It's a fairly easy trail with a few parts that can get hazardous due to either slippery rocks or fallen trees that blocked my path so much I had to try to find the trail again. It takes you along the entire shoreline of the park and I stopped to have lunch and hang out by the water multiple times. The trail also has backcountry sites you can stay at as well. definitely a must!

one of my favorites at sleeping giant! The way up (last few miles or so) were definitely the most difficult since it was humid. Plus the ascent up the mountain was pretty steep in parts. However it was a great hike and I saw many kids and dogs too. The views were worth it and I'm going to have to go back for a weekend trip.

A beautiful little walk, but very short and not much of a hike.

Beautiful trail. Tall trees

great trail...tons of side trails to adventure off in to. Will definitely be back to check out the other trails.

2 days ago

Great trails

Beautiful trail; we especially enjoyed the Keyhole Side Trail which had rocks and crevices to climb over and through.

You may want to pay for parking ahead of time or by phone, as patchy service made the pay app a waste of time.

it could be a nicer place. IF dog owners would pick up after there dogs more often
also the portable washrooms are in horrible condition. they are not attended too as often as they should be.
also I really wish "DOG WALKERS" would not bring 5 PLUS BIG DOGS in the SMALL DOG off leash area as small dogs have gotten hurt

Nice to spend an afternoon there!

Always coming back to this place !

Always a nice place to visit!

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