There is no better way to clear your mind or see beautiful scenery than to go on a hike. Going on a hike is also a great way to bond with people or with the family. Canada has many beautiful sights and sounds that can’t be seen from the city, so a hike is the perfect way to appreciate nature. These are 6 hiking trails in Canada that you need to take.
Banff National Park, Alberta
Chances are if you live in Alberta you’ve already been to Banff National Park and you haven’t what in the world are you waiting for? The beautiful view of the mountains and the lake is more than worth the kilometers of walking.
Albion Falls, Ontario
Once you catch a glimpse of Albion Falls you’re going to think that you’re in a different country. The city of Hamilton is one of the largest in Southern Ontario with over 500,000 people living in it, but once you come across Albion Falls you’ll forget about all the noise from the city.
Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
When you’re on the east coast of Canada a trip to the Bay of Fundy is a must! There are over 25 trails for you to enjoy and the views are limitless. You’ll get to see the Hopewell Rocks or take a stroll along the beach. You will probably have to visit here a couple of times to get the full experience of Fundy National Park.
Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
For those of you who are a little more experienced when it comes to hiking, Kootenay National Park is a great hike for you as there are trails featured here that will take you a couple of days to complete. If you’re ready for that challenge, Kootenay National Park is waiting for you.
Torngat Mountains National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador
If you’re prepared to live in the mountains for a couple of days, Torngat Mountains National Park can provide just that for you. The park features four trails that will take multiple days to complete and along your journey the only place to lay your head for the night will be in the mountains.
Monts-Vain National Park, Quebec
Going hiking during the winter time adds a whole other element to your journey, but if you take on one of the ten trails at Monts-Valin National Park, it won’t be a sight you will easily forget. Heck, you might even be encouraged to do it every winter.