We all know how beautiful Canada is in the fall, so when it comes to exploring, a hike (or two) is one fun way to see this beauty up close.
From fragile ecosystems to mountain climbing to forests that stretch along the coast, our country has thousands of hiking trails that range from easy to difficult.
Naikoon Provincial Park in British Columbia
And while you can hike just about anywhere, our list below focuses on Canada’s major national and provincial parks, as well as trails that are labelled as favourites. From multi-day hiking adventures in Newfoundland and Labrador to self-guided trails in Quebec to easy routes in Ontario’s provincial parks, let us know where you love to hike.