Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreational Area, a beautiful gem of the Grande Cache area is tucked away off Highway 40 just south of town. The recreational area covering an area of more than 1000 hectares is free to visit and can provide an entire day’s worth of fun and outdoor activity.
There is nothing better than the silence of the forest after a snowfall. New Brunswick is home to many wonderful hiking trails that turn into a fantastic… Read more »
Spend a sunny winter day outdoors and use the opportunity to see some of the most stunning frozen waterfalls in and around Calgary (within 2 hours) and remember to bundle up and wear reliable hiking shoes when you go.
During Fall months of October and November, the trees and bushes in the Metro Vancouver area turn pretty colours of gold, yellow, orange and red, and provide… Read more »
If you’re a fan of cardio, there is a great place to visit where you can burn calories while being surrounded by nature. The Thornton Bales Conservation… Read more »
The name may not be familiar to you if you are new to Calgary, but if you are a fan of fall colours, you will recognize these… Read more »
Lace up your hiking boots and experience Alberta’s autumn season in full force throughout the province!
Get ready to enjoy the great outdoors at your own pace. The Avalon Peninsula is home to beautiful sandy beaches, challenging hikes, lush green forests, and much… Read more »
You’d be surprised to see how close the cities and towns of the Halton Region are to authentic nature spots like conservation areas, parks, forests and trails by beautiful bodies of water. These outdoor gems are perfect for a hike against the backdrop of some of Ontario’s best landscapes.
Here is a list of nature parks and hiking trails in Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills and Oakville.
Located in the heartland of Southern Ontario, the Peel region is surrounded by an equal mix of green hills and forest and stunning blue waters. It’s closeness… Read more »
Getting a taste of nature and wilderness is not a problem on The Rock. St. John’s and the Avalon Peninsula are packed with trails that take people… Read more »
The Durham Region hosts over 300 kilometres of recreational trails throughout the region with all-season hiking opportunities and fantastic nature destinations. Home to the beautiful landscapes of… Read more »
Encompassing an area between Lake Simcoe and Toronto in Southern Ontario, the York Region offers an extensive network of forests and trail to explore. Whether they are… Read more »