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Discover the iconic Canadian landscape of Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Located in the world

Great little trail. The glass bottom boat or the zodiac will bring you to the island. Spending as much time as you might need. Lots to explore. Really lovely.

if possible check out each trail at flowerpot as they offer a different experience

Beautiful natural setting.

Fantastic views. Very busy on peak days.

Easy hike, even for elderly. Beautiful formations, great photo opts.

Pretty easy hike with beautiful views

Nice walk around the island.

Amazing place to hike. If you are nature’s fan this is the place. But do check the weather before u go n stay hydrated...

Great little trail to do as part of the glass bottom boat and shipwreck tour. Easy for my then 8 year old and still a nice walk for us old people.
Can be very busy.

backpacking
9 months ago

We visited this island a few years ago . Kind of costly if your just going for a hike . I could not believe all the garbage that people had left , it was disgusting . Wildlife way too friendly , actually pestering us for snacks . Lots of snakes , had to watch our step in spots . Other than the garbage it was nice .

When we went the hiking was good for the majority of the trail. The cave was closed, light house closed as was the trail to the light house. So 3✡ is all I can give.

Great half day/day trip. The water is beautiful!

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Quite nice location. Worth the trip

hiking
Thursday, July 27, 2017

Nice, sometimes narrow and rough.

Friday, April 07, 2017

loved this trail nice hike

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

When you leave the groomed trail and head south from the Lightstation onto the actual hiking trail, it us marvellous!! Like walking through an enchanted forest.

hiking
Saturday, December 19, 2015

This trail loops around the Southern end of Beausoleil Island. It is well marked and can be mountain biked, hiked or run. Snowmobile and snowshoe in the Winter months. The Beausoleil Island web site has an easy to follow trail map. This part of the Island is relatively flat with little elevation change. Most of the trail is tree lined and shady except for a portion on the East side of island. The views and beaches on the West side are completely different from the East. This trail connects to the trails on the Northern part of the island where the geography changes to Canadian Shield with its Cambrian rocky outcrops.

hiking
Wednesday, October 07, 2015

We did the loop trail, starting along the coast to the lightkeeper's station, and then back towards the interior of the island. The coastal part is easy and flat, although the second part of the loop through the island interior is significantly more rocky and might not be the best choice for parents with small children or people with joint problems.

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