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Ontario Land Adventures

Ontario offers a multitude of ways to play in our spectacular outdoors - from hundreds of hiking and cycling trails to beaches, spelunking adventures and guided eco-tours.


Take a leisurely stroll or pedal along our urban Waterfront Trails or the Toronto Islands. Lace up your boots and trek the spectacular Bruce Trail - Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, which winds all the way from Queenston to Tobermory along the Niagara Escarpment – designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Region. Take a more rugged route on wilderness trails in Muskoka, Georgian Bay and further north, where guides are often available. Follow historic canals like the Rideau on foot or bicycle. Go on Hummer tours at Blue Mountain Resort or a Segway Tour at Horseshoe Resort. Or bask away the day on one of our spectacular beaches like Sandbanks Provincial Park and Wasaga Beach – the longest freshwater beach in the world.


Take an exhilarating trip through the Niagara Escarpment’s varied terrain for over a kilometre downhill on the RidgeRunner Mountain Coaster at Blue Mountain Resort. Nearby, delve into Ontario’s geological and natural history on an eco-adventure tour at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures. Go deep into caverns, traverse tree tops on airborne walkways and fly back to earth on a 1000 foot zip line. Long Point Eco-Adventures offers hair-raising fun in Norfolk County with spectacular aerial views from its ziplines and suspension bridges Journey through the trees on a canopy boardwalk at Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve as experienced guides tell you everything you wanted to know and more about the nature below. Arbraska Treetop Treeking offers their unforgettable treetop challenge game and zip line courses at four different Ontario locations (including Horseshoe Resort and Deerhurst Resort).

Well-maintained trails and all-terrain vehicle recreational networks operate in th e Eastern Ontario, Mattawa, Elliot Lake, Parry Sound and Cochrane areas of the province.

 

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