What is wonderful about Canada is that it is a breath of fresh air, away from the world’s pollution. With such a large landmass, Canada’s outdoors is one of the largest in the world, and with that in mind, the possibilities are endless.
Hiking is just one of the many things you can do in Canada. With a plethora of mountains and hiking trails to choose from, it would sometimes be difficult to choose which one to go through. So, here’s a list of places where hiking would be most enjoyable:
- West Coast Trail, British Columbia
- Skyline Trail, Nova Scotia
- Plain of Six Glaciers, Alberta
- East Coast Trail, Newfoundland
- Grizzly Lake Trail, Yukon
- Fundy Footpath, New Brunswick
- Grey Owl Trail, Manitoba
- Lion’s Head Trail, Ontario
- Garibaldi Lake Hike, British Columbia
- The Crack Trail, Ontario
- Joffre Lakes, British Columbia
- King’s Throne Trail, Yukon
- Centennial Ridges Trail, Ontario
These are actually just some places where you can hike in Canada; there are loads more to choose from if you have already visited these places.