Explore the most popular nature trips trails in Lake Superior 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.

2 months ago

Gorgeous gorgeous views from the rocks, and plenty of areas to climb around and get spectacular views of the lakeshore and surrounding islands

hiking
2 months ago

A beautiful hike with breathtaking views and waterfalls at every turn.

backpacking
2 months ago

The best kept secret of Algoma. Usually I see no one on the trail and the
trail makes no attempt to be direct and the late fall and winter, slippery patches....a beautiful trail with outstanding views.....at foam lake you can camp as long as you get a backcountry permit....then summit in the morning....one of my favorite trails....feel the burn

hiking
2 months ago

Nice trail , easier compared to the other trails in the area .. Have picnic tables at the beginning of the trail, for a quick snack

on Towab Trail

backpacking
3 months ago

This is a beautiful trail and is marked fairly well. The beginning/end hour are quite easy and a little boring but the terrain gets more difficult as you go on. I did this as an overnight camping trip and really enjoyed it. There are spots along the way you can stop to swim in and the view from the top of the waterfall is gorgeous. You could do it as a one day hike if you left early, however I think it would be more enjoyable to take your time and spend the night.

This trail has some amazing scenery but is not easy. Just as you enter the trail, there is a warning sign , letting you know people have fallen to their death or have been seriously injured, so why is this is rated easy. It might be a short hike but there’s some tricky navigating. The diabase canyons and pictographs are the highlights. Wish they would put some sort of rail system to hold onto where the pictographs are located, it was wet and slippery when we went and didn’t get to see all of the pictographs because of the risk factor. I wouldn’t recommend bringing your dog to trail and there’s a sign saying no dogs.

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful! If you’re in the area consider this trail

trail running
3 months ago

Power hiked the ascents and ran the flats/descents. Several amazing views packed into a relatively short trail. Trailhead sign isn't lying about the steep ascents/descents and slippery sections. Roughly ten stream crossings, some over boulders, but overall trail is easy to navigate. Worth the effort, one of the best trails in Ontario!

Beautiful short hike ! Lots of guests swimming off the rocks, so if you're interested in that bring a bathing suit. I would also recommend running shoes so you don't slip off the rocks.

Not an easy trail for the passive hiker, elderly, or small children. Beautiful views of the Lake in the end. Really enjoyed this short hike.

Awesome! Make sure to bring good footwear and go on a day when the lake is calm to maximize your visit!

Hate to say it, the hike/trail and scenery was better than the pictographs. Still worth the trek down. Not an easy go to reach bottom. No taking granny down.
If your in health and good knees, your good to go.

This is a must to do. Bring swim wear. Absolutely stunning. Great opportunities for soaking in some natural whirl pools
Beautiful!!

hiking
6 months ago

This epic trail offers many fishing opportunities along the Agawa River. Beware that the trail becomes a bit more rugged past burnt rock pool. Ive only done this trail as a overnight trip, but have heard of people making it a dayhike. I really enjoyed the beauty and challenge of hiking this trail.
Asking park staff about current trail conditions is probably a good idea.

backpacking
8 months ago

I would say the trail is a bit higher rated than moderate, although the beginning sections are quite easy. Trail is awesome and one of my favourites I've backpacked. Constantly having the Agawa river beside you and the agawa falls at the end are worth the hike.

hiking
9 months ago

A steep, hard 270 metre climb on the first 1.5 kms leads to some awesome views of Agawa Bay and majestic Lake Superior. The views are some of the best on the east Superior shore. There are lots of rocky sections requiring attention to footwork. The trail has been tagged as ‘dog’ and ‘kid’ friendly… only if they are used to tough, mid distance hikes! Normal traffic flow is clockwise, leaving a slightly more gradual descent and flat last 2 km to end the hike. Have hiked this six times… worth it every time!

Awesome!

hiking
Sunday, October 22, 2017

Great family hike (with 6 year old, 2 year old, and 6 month old).

on Agawa Falls Trail

hiking
Sunday, September 10, 2017

Amazing and picturesque in the fall season. The agawa canyon tour train is pretty lengthy (4 hrs) so please pack a lunch as they do not provide complimentary snacks or beverages during the train ride.

hiking
Tuesday, September 15, 2015

This trail is well worth the work involved. Be prepared to spend the day here! this hike is not for the faint of heart. You're looking at 6km up and then 6km down. If the trail is wet at all you will want to make some extra time to ensure safety. Hiking boots are highly suggested - I wouldn't recommend running shoes for this one.
I have been here both in the summer and in the fall- The photo is from the fall - well worth the wait :)

on Sand River Trail

walking
Monday, October 20, 2014

Great place! We loved the hike and playing in the Sand River rapids and whirlpools!

hiking
Thursday, May 30, 2013

We did this trail in late May 2013, very nice trail, well kept. Very easy to do, perfect for the young kids to try out hiking. The Sand River at this time of year is at full force raging with a lot of running water, many picture perfect areas. They updated the restrooms, very nice and clean.

hiking
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trail running
4 months ago

hiking
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