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All types of hikers will be happy on the Ontario paths. The Bruce Trail, 450 miles long, and the most famous, connects the Georgian Bay to the Niagara peninsula, passing through some hundred parks. To combine nature with urban life, take the Lake Ontario Waterfront, a route of 200 miles that connects the towns of Trenton, Toronto, and Stoney Creek.

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    Hiking in Ontarion Canada

    Although Ontario comprises a large fraction of rivers and lakes, its diverse landscapes make for an ideal place to go hiking, which is the best way of exploring the territory.

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