Looking for a great trail in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario? AllTrails has 31 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 17 easy trails in Algonquin Provincial Park ranging from 0.8 to 14.3 miles and from 738 to 1,833 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Amazing winter hike. No need for snowshoes just a good pair of boots. The trail is packed down well, kudos to the people maintaning the trail. We did the full loop in a little over 3 hours.

Beautiful, slightly demanding, walk in the winter.

hiking
18 days ago

Very nice walk in the winter.

Came here snowshoeing in the December. Beautiful trail that wasn't very busy. Must go to the top look out to make it worth it. Also saw a moose.

I arrived around 10am on a cold but sunny Saturday in January and the hike was wonderful. I only saw two other people the entire time I was there and they were just heading in as I was heading out. The waterfalls in the winter are amazing, and the lookout was quite nice as well.

Really enjoyed this trail, although it was a total challenge. We only managed to get out there in early November and we committed to hiking it in one day. We were able to complete it in just under 5 hours, but that was really pushing it because we were short on daylight. I wouldn't recommend a November hike because it was also very swampy. But the stony elevations and the views and the micro-environments were fantastic. Challenging but satisfying!

Did this trail on a 2 degree day in January. Beautiful hike. Challenging up and downhill and the stairs to the lookout are a good workout. Would love to back in the early fall. It took us 2:45. Though it wasn't icy we wore icers and were glad to have the extra traction on the well trodden snow.

Make sure your ready this trail is an ass kicker

1 month ago

Great trail, great views. lots of elevation and good camping. recommend going in the fall

This is the hike that I compare all others to...difficult but several summit views of glorious lakes and fields and forests! Bring lots of water and snacks...will take several hours to complete!

backpacking
1 month ago

I like going early May or early sept never any problem with bugs Faya and Harness are by far the quietest and most peaceful spots

hiking
2 months ago

One of the best !

snowshoeing
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Freshly fallen snow, giant pines, and gorgeous water. I felt safe walking through with my krampons but it may have been a bit slick with some swampy and snowy areas had we not had the proper gear.

hiking
3 months ago

I wanted to love this trail. We hiked it in early November, and it may as well have been early spring. There was mud and mucky stuff all the way around, and we probably had to veer around these very wet areas at least 50 times in the course of the hike. Also there were at least six trees down across the path. If the path were way drier, and clearer, it would have been a great. Beautiful views, but not worth it when it’s this wet.

Hiked this trail with my dog on October 29. Entire hike took about 45 minutes. Overall short but scenic - little boardwalks, lookouts, and varying paths make the trail really interesting to travel and photograph. The only tricky parts of the trail were the very beginning, where the trail was steep and muddy (watch your step!), and the last ten minutes, where the trail was almost completely muddy puddles that could not be avoided. If you're going to do this hike, a pair of waterproof boots is a must! I would recommend this trail if you want a short hike with lots to see.

This one works you! I did this solo on the first snow fall of the season in late October making for some very slippery sections. I did it in about 4 hours but it took everything out of me. In my opinion it has the best views in the park, so totally worth the effort.

Pretty typical backcountry loop for central Ontario. Views are good but not spectacular. Terrain is fairly challenging if you're carrying several days of supplies but not that rewarding as it doesn't lead to any terribly special locations.

So beautiful and well groomed campsites! Very peaceful.

Did the trail in the snow and it was a beautiful trail! Definitely one of the harder ones I've done so far. I would recommend this trail to anybody who is able to finish the whole 10km loop.

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!

hiking
4 months ago

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

hiking
4 months ago

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!

hiking
4 months ago

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

4 months ago

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

4 months ago

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

on Beaver Pond Trail

4 months ago

hiked this tail in June. nice warm up trail.

4 months ago

felt like more than 10km. good challenge

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