Connect with Nature Moose Watching and Hiking
- Tour Plan
- Additional Info
- Similar Tours
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Guided Hiking
- Park Fees
- Return transportation in 15 passenger van or minivan
- Snowshoe Rental
- Tour guide's tip.
Fall is the most busiest season of the park as you can observe color change of Sugar Maples and Red Maples. The park is covered in orange, red and yellow colors. The views are exceptional!
Our winter, snowshoeing tours, we will provide snowshoes or ice cleats so you don’t have to worry about the rental. Snowshoes are special equipment which you use together with your winter boots. Snowshoes will protect you from sinking into a deep snow and ice cleats will protect you from slippering on the icy parts of the hike. Algonquin park turns into a winter wonderland and you will have the whole park just for yourself.
Which are our favorite Algonquin Park hiking trails?
6) Centennial Ridges Trail
Centennial Ridges – Algonquin Park hiking trail is a very demanding 10.4 km loop trail that affords spectacular viewing along two high ridges. The guide discusses contributions of selected people to the Park over its first century.
This tour operates in spring and winter only. If you are looking for summer tour (May15th – October 15th , Algonquin Park hiking and canoeing, please click HERE.
If you are planning to visit Algonquin park in fall to see fall colors, you can check fall color report on official Algonquin park website.
Group Tours Availability
What to Bring ?
- Hand Sanitizer
- Rain Jacket
- Hat, Gloves
- Hiking or Running Waterproof Shoes
- Warm Cloth
- Winter Jacket
Availability Private Tours
- 8 am
- 11.30 am - 1 pm
- 1.15 pm - 2 pm
- 2.30 pm - 4.00 pm
- 4 pm - 4.30 pm
- 5 pm - 5.30 pm
Lunch at Visitor Centre
After your last hike, you will drive back to Toronto through the park from east to west . we can often see wildlife such as moose, fox, beaver or black bear along the HWY 60.
Our last stop of the day - Ragged Falls. A short trail leads from the parking lot to a lookout of the thundering whitewater falls. The falls are very beautiful, one of the top 10 waterfalls in Ontario!
More about Algonquin Provincial Park
More about this tour
Algonquin Provincial Park is a provincial park located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Ontario, Canada, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. Established in 1893, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada. Additions since its creation have increased the park to its current size of about 7,653 km². The park is contiguous with several smaller, administratively separate provincial parks that protect important rivers in the area, resulting in a larger total protected area.
Algonquin Park Hiking Tour operates from October to May. If you are looking for summer adventure, join our hiking and canoeing day tour or multi-day camping tour.