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Trails and hiking

Canol Heritage Trail
Presenti,ng the history of the trail, interactive trail map, trip reports and information about the Canol Heritage Trail, that runs from Macmillan Pass at the eastern edge of the Yukon Territory to Norman Wells, Northwest Territories.

Cataraqui Trail
The Cataraqui Trail is a recreational trail running from Napanee to Smith Falls in Eastern Ontario. Providing guidelines for trail use and cycling notes, as well as history of the trial and links to the Trans-Canada Trail System and Rideau Canal Waterway.

Haliburton Highlands Trails and Tours Network
The Haliburton Highlands Trails and Tours Network features information on recreational trails. Articles on exciting activities including ATV, off-road touring, canoeing, cycling, dogsledding, hiking, snowmobiling, snowshoewing, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding.

Ice Walk: Columbia Icefield, Jasper National Park
Information and photos about guided interpretive hikes onto the Athabasca Glacier in the Columbia Icefield, the largest mass of ice in the Rocky Mountains.

Maitland Trail Association
The Maitland Association provides highlights, map, guidebook, photos, events, and history of the Maitland Trail, which follows the Maitland River in Ontario.

Manitoba Recreational Trails Association Inc (MRTA)
The Manitoba Recreational Trail Association (MRTA) oversees the coordination of the building of the Trans Canada Trail in the province and provides trail news, events, Trans Canada Trail maps, and information on Manitoba's section of path.

Nova Scotia Trails Federation
Nova Scotia Trails Federation supports community work in the planning, building, maintenance and management of recreational trails. The Federation also represents the interests of trail users in providing information on trail etiquette and safety, events, map, and trail directory.

Nova Scotia Trans Canada Trail
The Nova Scotia Trans Canada Trail offers information and photos on trails and special events. Includes trail map.

NovaTrails: Hike and Explore the Nature of Nova Scotia!
Nova Trails features articles and photographs of hiking trails in Nova Scotia, including Covers Annapolis Valley, South, Eastern and North Shore, Halifax, Minas Basin and Cape Breton. Includes links to parks and recreation areas.

Oak Ridges Trail Association
The Oak Ridges Trail Association organizes hikes in the Oak Ridges Moraine area north of Lake Ontario. The site provides information on backpacking, events, and membership. Also find maps, guidebook, and newsletter.

Ontario Trails Council
The Ontario Trails Council is a volunteer-led, charitable organization promoting the creation, preservation, management and use of Ontario's recreational trails, includes information about the Trillium Trail Network and Greenways, trail management and events.

Rideau Trail Association (RTA)
The Rideau Trail is a hiking trail between Kingston and Ottawa in Ontario. The site features the history of Rideau Trail, trail guidebook, latest trail changes, meeting locations and club activities.

Sunshine Coast Trail: Powell River, British Columbia, Canada
Presents sections of the Sunshine Coast Trail, including information on Powell River Parks and Wilderness Society (PRPAWS), trail conditions, and link to Millennium Park.

Trails BC!: Trails Society of British Columbia
Trails BC presents a regional overview of British Columbia covering the Rocky Mountains, West Kootenay, Boundary, Okanagan, Southwest, and Vancouver Island. Includes Trail Talk newsletter.

Trails Nova Scotia
Trails Nova Scotia features recreational trails including shared-use trails, snowmobile trails, canoe waterways, sea kayak routes, coastal water trails and maps.

Viking Trail Online
Providing a history and geography of the region, as well as visitor information about accommodation, restaurants, events, activities, and tours.

Waterfront Trail
The Waterfront Trail is a recreational trail that stretches from Niagara on the Lake to the Quebec border, along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River in Ontario. The site includes information on projects, events, business plan for the trail and Greenway, and an e-library.

West Coast Trail
The West Coast Trail is stretches for 77 kilometres along the southern west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Photographs, preparation guide, accommodations guide and links to Sooke Community sites are available.