Rushing River Trails

Based at Rushing River Provincial Park, these trails will take you along the shores of Dogtooth Lake, past beaver ponds home to great blue herons, beavers, and fragrant water lilies, and across the iconic waterfall for which the park is named. Rushing River features four distinct hiking trails, which cover six kilometres and range from […]

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Kenora Nordic Trails

The Kenora Nordic Trails are a series of wilderness trails that are well signed and easy to follow. The trails intimately wind through mixed forest and rocky ridges. You may experience wet conditions in the fall and spring, and in the winter the trails are groomed for cross-country skiing.  Kenora Nordic trails cover a range […]

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The Lake of the Woods Trail

Part of the Trans Canada Trail route, the Lake of the Woods trail includes portions of the Rat Portage Urban Trail and the Mink Bay Trail. This trail takes you past a number of attractions that celebrate the City’s cultural, historical and natural history. The Lake of the Woods Trail is ten kilometres of easy […]

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Rat Portage Urban Trail

This trail meanders along flat or gently rolling paved city streets with sidewalks of wood, interlocking brick or concrete starting at McLeod Park, through the downtown core to Anicinabe Park and then along Laurenson’s Creek and back to the city centre. The Rat Portage trail is an easy/moderate six to eight kilometre trail ideal for […]

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Vernon Nature Area

A unique area that links three very diverse vegetation zones found within Canada. These designated trails will acquaint you with the transition between the Boreal Forest Region, the St. Lawrence-Great Lake Forest Region and the Prairie Grasslands. Access the trails by following the signs along Mackenzie Portage Road, off Highway 17 West. Vernon Nature Area […]

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Rabbit Lake Trail System

A partially inclusive, accessible and paved trail. The main and feeder trails provide access to the natural beauty and quiet of the south shore of Rabbit Lake. Following the shoreline, the trail meets up with Garrow Park and Beach. The Rabbit Lake trail is five kilometres of easy to moderate trail (though the feeder trails […]

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Mink Bay Trail

A provincially designated wetland, Mink Bay Trail is beautifully nestled in the neighbourhood of Keewatin. The trail includes a grassy and well-worn forest trail, coupled with sidewalks and green spaces through Keewatin’s business district. Feeder trails include the Mink Rapids Trail & Slabtown Way, which incorporate a beautiful wooden walk bridge that leads you to […]

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