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Challenging trail, it took us over four hours to hike it. We have seen two moose calf, one with a baby. Many black bear footprints on the mud, right on the trail, but didn't get a chance to see one there. This was the last...More
This trail is great for exploring the wildlife of Algonquin. We saw a moose, birds, lots of squirrels, frogs etc. 1/3 of the trail is completey flat and very easy to walk on. 2/3 of the trail leads right through the forest and is a...More
we went here in june to do some wildlife watching and hiking.
its a loop trail and it runs a bit more then 11km mostly through the forrest. the condition was dry when we went on the trail, but there where still a lot of...More
I have done this hike in the summer/fall before but hiked it the last week in March and it was great. snow covered frozen lakes are gorgeous but some areas slippery with ice so cleats are an asset but many hikers I saw did fine...More
A gorgeous hike with snow packed trails, lots of ups and downs and some icy patches. We wore crampons and had no trouble at all. There are a few benches scattered along the route which encompasses several different ecosystems. Takes the full 6 hours suggested...More
This is actually a pretty challenging hike. Couple that with insane amounts of mud (especially near Mizzy lake), with roots and rocks almost constantly through the forest portion of the walk and it calls for a tough day! Be prepared to get muddy! The highlights...More
This trail is very rugged and is best enjoyed if you're prepared - mentally and physically. It gives you a taste of everything - streams, lakes, wetlands, boardwalks, an old rail trail, and the very real possibility of seeing wildlife.
However, with it being fall...More
We travelled to Algonquin Park as part of our week long stay in Canada and after careful consideration we selected the Mizzy Lake Trail for a day out. The information said that this was of moderate difficulty.
The trail has many boggy paths that are...More
This was the longest hike that I've ever done (11 km) and I did it on my own. It was extremely muddy and because I had my camera out with hopes of seeing a moose, or took me longer than it should've, around 5.5 hours....More