Get outside on some of the best snowshoeing trails in Muskoka! Huntsville, Lake of Bays and Algonquin Park offer hundreds of kms of both snowshoeing trails, and backcountry where the trails are endless!
Close to Algonquin Park, intrepid snowshoe fans should consider a trek into Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park. Though the park is not monitored in winter, many outdoor adventurers head out to explore some of the most iconic scenery in the region. (Be sure to keep a safe distance from the falls themselves.)
Algonquin Outfitters offers snowshoe rentals at their Oxtongue Lake location, where you can book a guided snowshoe tour to Ragged Falls as well!
451 Arrowhead Park Rd, Huntsville, ON P1H 2J4, Canada
At Arrowhead Park you can explore the over 8 km of marked snowshoe trails, as well as off-trail snowshoeing through mature hardwood forest. There are two warm-up shelters and an open fire pit at the top of the tubing hill! Snowshoe rentals are available on site.Read More
Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails, Echo Hills Rd, Dwight, ON P0A 1H0, Canada
Whether you are looking for wildlife, planning a short hike, a fast paced mountain bike trail ride, or a scenic snowshoe excursion, you will find everything you are looking for in the Echo Valley Nature & Bike trails. There are a total of over 3.5 km of trails consisting of the main trunk line and…Read More
Find Your Wild Muskoka believes that when life gives you snow, go snowshoeing. Explore forest, wetland and shoreline habitats to discover the not so hidden world of Muskoka wildlife. Every print has an owner, every set of tracks tells a story, and every trip is different. Moose, deer, mink, marten, fisher, otter, fox and wolves…Read More
ON-60, Ontario, Canada
At Algonquin Park, snowshoeing enthusiasts can go virtually anywhere (except the groomed ski trails). If you prefer to stay on marked trails, check out the interpretive walking trails or either of the two longer overnight backpacking trails. Algonquin’s network of portages shown on the Canoe Routes Map also makes a great snowshoeing alternative – but ice travel is not recommended. The…Read More