Trails: Thousands of Kilometres to Explore

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Explorers’ Edge is known and celebrated for its natural landscape, from the abundance of freshwater lakes and rivers to the rocky terrain of the Canadian Shield. Many folks will tell you that possibly the most serene way to experience the region in any season is to head out onto the spectacular network of maintained trails, located both at public parks and privately-owned establishments.  Local outfitters, guides and accommodations providers can help you discover the trails, and below is a partial list of informative sites to help you plan the perfect route.

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Trail Links

Ontario Trails Council
Trans Canada Trail
Canada Trails
Park to Park Trail Association
Discovery Routes

Community Links

Muskoka Trails Council
Friends of Algonquin Provincial Park
Muskoka Lakes Trails
Gravenhurst Parks & Trails
Huntsville Trails
Rotary Algonquin Regiment Fitness Trail

Park Links

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Arrowhead Provincial Park
Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Grundy Lake Provincial Park
Killarney Provincial Park
Killbear Provincial Park
Mikisew Provincial Park
Oastler Lake Provincial Park
Massassauga Provincial Park
Restoule Provincial Park
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park 


View Parks in Explorers’ Edge in a larger map

Outfitters / Rentals / Expeditions

Algonquin Outfitters 
Muskoka Outfitters
The Portage Store
Voyageur Quest 
White Squall Paddling Centre 

ATV Links

ATV Ontario
Bear Claw Tours Parry Sound
Parry Sound District ATV Club
Algonquin West ATV Club

Snowmobile Links

Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs
Algonquin Snowmobile Club Dwight
Almaguin District Snowmobile Club
Muskoka Snowmobile Region
Snowcrest Riders Snowmobile Club
South Shore / Restoule Snowmobile Club

Cross-Country Links

Bracebridge Resource Management Centre
Gravenhurst KOA
Frost Nordic Ski Centre
Five Winds Backcountry Ski Club
Georgian Nordic Parry Sound
Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh trails Bala