If you're looking to immerse yourself in the breathtaking Canadian wilderness, Algonquin Park is an absolute must-visit destination.
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Algonquin Provincial Park

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From April to June, nature enthusiasts have an excellent opportunity to witness the majestic moose in their natural habitat at Algonquin Park. Springtime offers the year's best moose viewing experience, where you typically don't have to search very hard to catch a glimpse of these magnificent animals.
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If you're looking to immerse yourself in the breathtaking Canadian wilderness, Algonquin Park is an absolute must-visit destination.

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Departure Location
7.40 am - Dufferin Mall, 904 Dufferin street Toronto, meeting is in front of the Beer Store 8.00 am - Ripley's Aquarium, 288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto
Return Location
Wilson subway station or Dufferin subway station
Tour Start Date & Time
April 17, 2024 8:00 am View other Times
Additional Information
Availability: March to November (Every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) Hiking Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Price includes
  • Guided Hiking
  • Park Fees
  • Return transportation in 15 passenger van or minivan
Price does not include
  • Lunch
  • Tour guide's tip.
Pictures: Pictures will be taken during a tour and shared with you after the tour
Additional Prices
Private Tour: From $750 CAD$

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Algonquin Park Hiking

Algonquin Provincial Park, known for its stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife, Algonquin Park offers a range of outdoor activities for nature enthusiasts. One of the best ways to experience the park’s natural beauty is through an Algonquin Park hiking tour. What sets Algonquin Park apart is the ever-changing scenery throughout the seasons.

Spring: Wildlife Watching and Moose Spotting

As the snow melts and nature awakens, spring is the perfect time to explore Algonquin Park’s wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for moose, as they are known to frequent the park during this season. During winter road maintenance operations, salt is applied to Highway 60, which runs through Algonquin Park. This salt attracts moose to the roadside ditches, as they have salt-deficient diets during the winter. This natural phenomenon creates a unique opportunity for visitors to easily spot moose during a leisurely drive along the highway on a spring morning or evening. Please note, Algonquin park hiking tour DOESN’T GUARANTEE A WILDLIFE SPOTTING.

Summer: Hiking and Swimming

With its vast network of trails, Algonquin Park hiking tour offers endless opportunities for hiking enthusiasts. Whether you’re up for a challenging 11 km hike on trails like Mizzy Lake or Centennial Ridges, or prefer a shorter hike to Bat Lake, Visitor Centre, or Ragged Falls, there’s a trail for every skill level. Along the way, take a refreshing dip in one of the park’s crystal-clear lakes to cool off from the summer heat.

If you would like to try canoeing in Algonquin Park, you can join our canoeing and hiking trip from May to October.

Fall: A Spectacle of Colors

When autumn arrives, Algonquin Park transforms into a painter’s palette of vibrant colors. The changing leaves create a breathtaking display that attracts visitors from near and far. Take a leisurely stroll along one of the park’s scenic trails and immerse yourself in the beauty of the fall foliage. Don’t forget your camera, as you’ll want to capture these picturesque moments.

If you are looking for winter experience, join our snowshoeing tour in Algonquin.

Guy lying in hammock with Canadian Flag on Algonquin park hiking tour.

Algonquin Park Hiking Trails

Based on trail conditions and physical level of all participants, our tour guide will choose the best Algonquin park hiking trails for the day. One of the options is the Mizzy Lake trail. Mizzy Lake trail is known for its abundant wildlife, making it a great opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts. For those who prefer shorter hikes, there are options like Ragged Falls, Lake of Two Rivers, and Bat Lake. These trails offer a taste of Algonquin Park’s beauty.

What to Bring ?

  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Backpack
  • Rain Jacket
  • Waterproof Shoes
  • Warm Cloth
  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • Camera
Hiking Tour

Algonquin Park

The essence of Algonquin is in its vast interior of maple hills, rocky ridges, and thousands of lakes – 7,635 square kilometres of forests, bogs, lakes and rivers. The only way to explore the interior of this park is by paddle or on foot. There is also a second Algonquin - along the 56 kilometre stretch of Highway 60. Here you can enjoy camping at one of eight campgrounds, hike one of 14 interpretive trails, take part in the extensive educational Discovery Program, and visit Algonquin’s exceptional Visitor Centre, Logging Museum and Art Centre.
  • 7.40 am
  • 11.30 am - 1 pm
  • 1.15 pm - 1.45 pm
  • 1.45 pm - 4.00 pm
  • 4 pm - 4.30 pm
  • 8 pm
7.40 am

Pick Up

7.40 am - Dufferin Mall, 904 Dufferin street Toronto, meeting is in front of the Beer Store
8.00 am - Ripley's Aquarium, 288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto
11.30 am - 1 pm

First Hike

First hike of the day
Mizzy Lake trail (11 km) or Bat Lake (5.8 km). Our tour guide will choose the best trail depending on the trail conditions.
1.15 pm - 1.45 pm


Lunch (Not included)
Lunch break either on the trail (Please bring your backpack so you can carry lunch and water with you) or at the visitor center.
1.45 pm - 4.00 pm

Second Hike

Second Hike
We will either continue with the Mizzy Lake hike or we will hike Lake of Two Rivers Trail. 
4 pm - 4.30 pm

Wildlife Watching

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. Keep your eyes open!

We will leave back to Toronto around...
8 pm

Drop off

Drop off at Wilson subway station or Dufferin subway station. 

Couple sitting at Ragged Falls on the rock

More about Algonquin Provincial Park

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.Moose, beaver, black bears, wolves, foxes, chipmunks, snakes, turtles and other wildlife can be seen in Algonquin Provincial Park, mostly in spring from April to June.Visit Algonquin Park on one day tour from Toronto or camping tour.

More about this tour

Algonquin Provincial Park, located in southeastern Ontario, Canada, is a popular destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Spanning approximately 7,653 square kilometers (2,955 square miles), it is the oldest provincial park in Canada, having been established in 1893. The park serves as a natural sanctuary, showcasing a diverse range of ecosystems, from dense forests and clear lakes to bogs and rivers.
Algonquin Provincial Park is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. With over 2,400 lakes and countless hiking trails, there are endless opportunities to immerse yourself in nature. Whether you prefer canoeing along the tranquil waterways, fishing in the crystal-clear lakes, or hiking through the dense forests, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
One of the highlights of visiting Algonquin Provincial Park is the chance to spot its incredible wildlife. From majestic moose and elusive wolves to playful otters and soaring eagles, the park is teeming with animal life.

Algonquin Park Hiking Tour operates from October to May. If you are looking for summer adventure, join our hiking and canoeing day tour or if you are looking for a winter adventure, join our snowshoeing tour.

Girl sitting at Booth's rock lookout, looking at the lake

What is the age group joining the tour?
The average age group is 25-40 however we can have younger or older people joining the tour. As we are small groups only, everyone gets along together very well.
What is the minimum age to join the group?
Minimum age to join the group is 6 years old.
How difficult are the hiking trails?
All our tours are designed for beginners. You can take your time hiking the trails. Some terrains might be little rugged, so bring hiking shoes. The trip might not be suitable for person with knee injuries due to rocky terrains.
Do I need any special shoes?
In spring and fall, you should wear a waterproof shoes (hiking or running) due to the wet parts of the trails.
Can I join if I travel alone?
Definitely! Our group tours are created for the solo travelers. We can guarantee, that you will make a new travel buddy on our tour :)
Is lunch included?
Lunch is not included. We recommend to bring your own lunch due to the limited restaurant options in the area.
Why don't you drop off at the same spot as you picked up?
As we travel in a small groups, our driver is also a tour guide and they can only work certain hours in a day. As Toronto has always really heavy traffic going to downtown, and Algonquin park is quite far from Toronto, we prefer, that you stay longer at the park, rather than  being standing in the traffic and cut the experience time due to the Ontario regulations.
Can I join this trip in winter?
Algonquin park hiking tour is scheduled from March to November. If you would like to join Algonquin park in winter time, please book our Snowshoeing Algonquin Park Tour.
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