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

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26 days ago

This is part of the Trans Canada Trail. The trail had several scenic rest areas and I saw a variety of birds! A beautiful walk!

hiking
1 month ago

Easy hike but able to climb down to bottom near the small falls. great place to relax and enjoy the area.

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1 month ago

Wasn’t fully maintained. Felt like we were really bushwhacking in the woods. Lots of fun.

This trail is absolutely stunning. YES there are lots of bugs and it is very muddy, but that is all part of the experience of hiking in Ontario! Wear your rubber boots and bring some bug spray.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful. I’d definitely do it again.

- Great workout
- Bring water and bug spray.
- Be cautious of some of the wooden bridges, they have some pretty decent sized holes.
- Some spots are muddy, waterproof boots/shoes would be good to bring.
- Don’t throw your cigarette butts or other litter.

You will capture some awesome pictures on this trail.

hiking
10 months ago

Nice easy trail with view of river then rapids. Some muddy area. Great family walk, easy access from campground.

hiking
10 months ago

Cute short trail going against the lake. Path is soil with roots.

on Stubb's Falls Trail

hiking
10 months ago

Great hike for the family, though the second half of the loop was quite muddy from all the rain we had during our visit.

hiking
11 months ago

Great quick trail with the little one! :) A bit muddy in the middle but a perfect summer hike.

Love the gentle morning hike and the beauty of the falls. Well worth the hike for all.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

the hike would've been nice if it weren't for the deer flies and mosquitoes! would be really pretty in the fall

Monday, April 03, 2017

There is a 137 metre (450 ft) section of the trail that floats on Hunters Bay. The floating part of the trail is an ideal place to swim or fish from, or to tie up a boat and walk along the trail. There are small pull-offs along the trail to stop and enjoy the scenery including Orchard Park at the southern tip of the bay, which looks down the full length of the bay. The trail is easy to moderate in level of difficulty. Parking is also available at Avery Beach Park, on the lake side of Yonge Street. The park also has a swimming area, volleyball sand court, dock, and boat launch ramp

-OntarioTrails.on.ca

hiking
Saturday, April 01, 2017

Super easy paved hike that goes parallel to the 60. There are several educational signs along the way. This is a section of an even larger trail called the Park to Park trail

hiking
Monday, July 18, 2016

More of a bike trail and bugs were so bad

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