Into the Woods: Hiking in Loring-Restoule

Posted: Sep 3, 2017 | Category: Camping & Hiking | View All Blog Posts

Get off the dock and into the woods to explore the Canadian wilderness up close in Loring-Restoule, where you’ll find lots of trails to try on both private and publicly accessed land.

Walk, bike or hike your way up pathways to spectacular vistas and incredible encounters with flora and fauna in the region.

If Fall colours are what you are looking for, this region has hectares of spectacular wilderness that showcase brilliant autumn colours.

Restoule Provincial Park is a favourite spot for hikers (Angel’s Point Trail, Fire Tower Trail, Ranger’s Point Trail, Restoule River Trail), as is Grundy Provincial Park to the west (Swan Lake Trail, Gut Lake Trail, Beaver Dams Trail).

Many of the accommodations in the area with also have private managed trails for guests to use, including the Nature Trails at Pine Grove Resort.

Chart your own trek by exploring the numerous parcels of Crown land. Try this handy atlas for more info, courtesy of Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources.

For more detailed information on hiking in the region, visit Ontario Trails or Discovery Routes.

To plan your stay, click here.