Explore the best dog friendly 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.

hiking
13 hours ago

to much dog poop lying around and not much interesting scenery

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
3 days ago

Easy at first then proceeds to get a little more difficult with the climbs. Beautiful hike that takes about 2 hours each way. Would not recommend going after any rainfall as the rocks can be quite slippery!

hiking
7 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Beautiful tail with bridges, do few uphill down hill. Definitely recommended

great trail for a quick day hike!

hiking
8 days ago

I really enjoy this place. it's changed alot over the years. now that it's more popular the trails are properly marked where as before you had to literally explore them all to build a mental map of the place.
It can be busy on weekends with the Citiots comming up here to escape Toronto and the GTA but overall it's a really nice place.

hiking
9 days ago

hiking
11 days ago

The highest point in Ontario! This hike is difficult but can be made easier if you have a truck. You can then save about 15km off the trip. I highly suggest this trail and approach.

Hiked from Minden Hills, Devils Lake (accessed by the trail head at Deep Bay Road) to Victoria Bridge to our families hunt camp in the area with our little dog, Beanz. We lucked out with the weather at this time of the year, as it was beautiful and sunny during our 3 night hike. We found the trail challenging, crossing numerous beaver damns and marshes, climbing rock escarpments, bush whacking through dense bush and strawberry bushes, and trekking through rough wilderness terrain, however we found it extremely rewarding, stopping to take in the wonderful scenic views at Victoria Lake, Wolf Lake, Loon Lake and finally Victoria Falls, among numerous other lakes. There are a few campsites at these locations, and numerous canoes and boats dotted along the way for hikers to enjoy. We saw hardly any people after the first portion of the hike to Victoria Lake (just a few overnight hikers) and later, two hunters at Wolf Lake. Other than that, we felt completely alone in the wilderness, spotting a few snakes along the way, startling a few partridges, and watching a beautiful blue heron fly off into the sunset. There are a few things that we would do differently if we were to hike this trail again, we would take much smaller packs, and maybe give our selves a few days so that we can set up camp early and enjoy the numerous great fishing holes that this trail has to offer. Overall, we would definitely recommend this hike to any experienced backpacker who wishes to enjoy some of the remote and challenging wilderness in Ontario.