Hiking Packages

Ontario is vast. Opportunities for hiking and trekking are endless.

Base-camp hiking adventures let you easily experience the rugged beauty of the Canadian wilderness without carrying a heavy backpack. Stay in a cozy lodge, yurt, cabin or tent then spend each day hiking different trails leading to extraordinary panoramic vistas, isolated beaches and spectacular waterfalls.

Top day hiking destinations include National Parks such as Georgian Bay Islands or Point Pelee and Provincial Parks such as Algonquin; Killarney; Lake Superior; Sleeping Giant; Quimet Canyon, and Frontenac. Hike Haliburton, Canada’s largest hiking festival, offers over 70 free fun-filled themed day hikes.

If your looking for a badge of honour and a hike to brag about, these backpacking treks are for you: Pukaskwa Coastal Trail (37 miles); Lake Superior Coastal Trail (39 miles); La Cloche – Silhouette Trail (48 miles). All of these challenging 5 to 10 day hikes take you through some of Canada’s most spectacular wilderness landscapes. The 500-mile Bruce Trail, running along the Niagara Escarpment, offers multi-day hikes with the convenience of lodging at nearby towns.

For the best possible self-guided or guided experience, we suggest using a local expert outfitter who will provide specialized trip planning, high quality gear and exceptional tasty meals. Professional guides add much value by sharing their knowledge of wilderness trekking, local history, ecology and more. With every fascinating step, you’ll find that Ontario offers a sanctuary in which to appreciate nature.