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

Fantastic views and waterfall, however the trail was quite muddy and hilly making it a little harder then expected. Would definitely visit again.

Awesome hike at the end of fall season!

Lots of areas fenced in. Trail blocked by tree at one point.

Lovely and easy hike for kids as well. Would be nice for picknik too!

Nice short and easy hike with lovely at the end. Great for walks with kids too!

Great hike, we made it in 3 hours despite crazy rain! Btw. It is just 11km!

5 days ago

hiked this trail October 15 2018. very challenging. felt like more than 10km. next time I will track with a GPS.

5 days ago

hiked this trail October 15 2018. it was a good warm up trail before we hiked centennial.

on Beaver Pond Trail

5 days ago

hiked this tail in June. nice warm up trail.

6 days ago

felt like more than 10km. good challenge

6 days ago

Amazing trail with lots of waterfalls and lakes and a amazing lookout..wow!!

on Centennial Ridges Trail

8 days ago

Took 3.5 hours with a few food stops. Trail was not too hard, a little wet in areas (it rained the day before). The blue trail markers sometimes are hard to follow so we had to back track 2 times. The views were nice, mostly mountain top and lakes. I recommend arriving early to get a good parking spot, and wearing good hiking shoes.

Walk and learn

12 days ago

The view when you reach to the top is breathtaking. Must have a good shoes. Definitely coming back next fall early in the morning when sunrise strikes

Loved the view. very easy walk. not a technical trail at all. the colours were amazing yesterday.

relaxing trail. easy hike, not technical at all. nice view from the look out.

Good walk. boards can be a bit slick when they are wet so watch that. nice view of the bogs. easy.

nice quick trail with a good view.

Went today and the colors were fantastic... Went clockwise and the views were nicer on the east side as there are more trees and no lake.
Took us about 4h but we had plenty of little stops. Would say hike is moderate as there is not a lot elevation gain.

14 days ago

Gorgeous views. A bit challenging but totally worth it. Took about 3 hours with minimum stops just to enjoy the view.

Nice relaxing Trail...

One of my favourite Trails... Excellent for Scenery and Wildlife in all Seasons... Medium intensity...

23 days ago

Great trail! Not too difficult because there is little incline. For the most part the trail is along the edge of the lakes. Beautiful lakes with many chances for viewing wildlife. We saw a few herons, ravens, spruce grouse and an otter. I suggest wearing some shoes suitable for mud! We took about 6 hours to complete, including a lot of time to stop and look for wildlife.

25 days ago

Great trail, saw 2 moose!!! Don't walk too fast and check around to see wildlife...

2nd best trail after cenntenial ridges. a must do when in Algonquin

Another great trail. During the fall colour season it would be recommended to start early. The earlier you go the more "privacy" you will have. Not too much fun if you are sharing the vistas with a ton of other people. Weekdays are also better.
Hiking shoes and good physical state would be required for the cache lake lookout.

Another great trail. Bit steep at times but well worth the climb to the lookout.
Don't forget to show your parking pass while hiking. The park wardens are always on the lookout.

This one is a great hike Year round! Short one but well worth it. Check out the artificial tree at the trail head.
Great for children as well. Lots to look at.

I do enjoy this trail. However I find it a little boring in sections. About 4 hours at moderate speed. Lovely vistas about 1/2 way.
Good footwear is an absolute must in this trail as the rocks can be slippery. Do take plenty of water as well!
Know your limitations on this one as it can be lengthy.

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