Ontario may be best known for its canoe routes, but that doesn’t mean its trails should be overlooked by hikers.
1. Pines Hiking Trail
Quetico Provincial Park
Total distance: 10 km
Time: 3 to 4 hours
Details: This trail is an extension of the Whiskey Jack Trail (a moderate trail, extending about 2.5 km) and offers sandy beaches surrounded by red and white pine trees. The trail is moderate with some steep climbs.
How do I get to the Pines Hiking Trail trailhead? You can access this trail from the Dawson Trail Campground, located on French Lake, in the northeast corner of the park.