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Two Rivers Trail is a 1.4 mile loop trail located near Nipissing, Ontario, Canada that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and camping. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 479 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Camping Hiking Walking Running River Views Wildlife
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Anton Malekov
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Tom Strezos
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Kersti Kahar
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The wooded part of the trail was nice enough - first half relative even, second half more uneven. The cliff lookout is what made this a five star for me, though.

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Paul Blaik
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Great little hike for a family

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Tanya Smits
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Ron Wilson
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Sarah Gundry
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Beautiful trail with lots of biodiversity

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Ryan Hughes
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Beautiful trail. Very well manicured, without interfering in nature's plan!

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Rich Kibbee
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Running

Nice trail, great lookout.

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Angie Andrews
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we did the two rivers walk, it was a nice short walk with some nice views to end our first day in Algonquin

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Sierra Duffey
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A pretty standard trail, but I think there are much nicer ones nearby! This is a good, easy hike if you have some extra time while in Algonquin Park.

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Mark Jallim
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Very nice trail if you are just starting out hiking. The children loved it and they would do it again. Not too difficult and would recommend young families. Kids will have fun on this trail. Go hiking!

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Susan Harvey
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Andrea Wood
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easy hike, saw some wildlife

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Felix To
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Very easy hike. The first part is not much scenery. At the top has nice views of the rivers. Easy hike if you have pets. Fairly good view for photos opt.

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Johanne C
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Hiking

Nothing exceptional about this trail. A quiet walk in the woods with beautiful songs of birds and little clear view of the river around the trail.

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Isabelle Meyer
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The firts part is under water! I wouldnt recommend that one in the next days! The rest was ok but nothing stunning!

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

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Jeff Sullivan
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Easy walk through the forest, but not much scenery.

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Rachel Czupski
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Hiking

one of my favorite, shorter trails in the park. the lookouts provide nice views and an abundance of rocks and roots to climb around or sit and relax.

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Anne Marie Ratych
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Amazing views at the lookout.

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Liselle Yorke
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Andy Kowalczykowski
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Very good trail, good for kids

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Andrew Paisley
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Hiking

Very well maintained loop trail with views from cliffs. Take the tour guide with nine points of interest that teaches about the forest, birds and water cycle. Remember that the cost of park entry for the day is $17 Canadian.

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Autumn Liggett
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Two Rivers Trail is a 2.1 km loop trail includes the importance of change in the natural forest of Algonquin. Easy trial, and has a couple look out spots of a river.

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Tanya Khramova
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Jim Graszat
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Shawn Sui
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Steven Gill
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