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3 Best Hiking Trails in Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Sault Ste. Marie, ON. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

HIAWATHA HIGHLANDS

780 Landslide Road, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 6J8 Directions

Since 1956

Here’s The Deal:
Hiawatha Highlands is a premier destination for winter recreation and sport. They offer over 50 km of Ski trails, 14 km of Snowshoeing, and Fat Biking trails. Enjoy the peaceful sounds of the whispering pines and the beautiful views of their winter wonderland. Their trail systems cater from the beginner to the advanced skier and welcome both classic and skate skiers. Their trails are professionally machined groomed for both classic and skate skiing. Over 50 km of beautiful trail systems have evolved over the years and attract skiers of all ages and abilities, from the beginner to the advanced skier. Come and enjoy with your family and friends or as a way to get away from it all in solitude quiet, among the snow-covered towering pines and breath-taking vistas. Hiawatha Highlands in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, is a beautiful destination for the public in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Hiawatha Highlands is covered under land-use agreements to use trail pass holders only.

SPECIALTY:
Rental Facilities, Off-Road Cycling, Fat Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Kids Parties, Handicapped Access, Nature Trails, Walking, Snowga, School Groups, Photography, Lake River Reservoir, Education Interpretive & Snowshoeing

Price: Adult (19+) - $17
Senior & Student(13-18) - $15
Child(4-12) - $5

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hiawathahighlands.com

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Regular Season Hours (December - March):
Mon - Sat 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fall Hours (Starts Nov 16 - Nov 30)): Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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GROS CAP BLUFFS

4837 Second Line West, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 6K4 Directions

Since 1923

Here’s The Deal:
Gros Cap Bluffs is the famous hiking trail spot in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. At the North-West corner of the parking area, there is am unmarked but the well-used trail. Follow this trail heading slightly West for 270m through muddy sections and then up to the top of the rocky outcrops. Continue climbing the outcrops and enjoying the views until you reach a big clearing with views down to a beautiful rocky shoreline. Its a 106 Acres and 2600 feet of Lake Superior shoreline, 20 minutes to downtown, 10 minutes from the airport. Gros Cap Bluffs is one of the most geographically, historically and ecologically significant properties in the region. This area is direct access from Second Line West with road access to the building lot. Gros Cap Bluffs offers sweeping views of Lake Superior that must be seen to be believed.

SPECIALTY:
Inhabit Area, Mountain, Flowers, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Spectacular Views, Bird Watching, Beach, Lake, Wildlife, Walking & Trees

superiorhiking.com/gros-cap

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

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FORT CREEK CONSERVATION AREA

Second Line East, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 4K2 Directions

Since 1971

Here’s The Deal:
Fort Creek Conservation Area was constructed between 1968 and 1971 and had a reservoir of approximately 3.24 hectares (8 acres). Its primary purpose of flood control, the Fort Creek Conservation Area, also provides the ancillary benefit of green space. Their recreational opportunities include wildlife habitat, hiking, picnicking or in the winter, and visitors can go snowshoeing, tobogganing or cross country skiing. This conservation area covers approximately 77 hectares (191 acres) and is situated in the middle of Sault Ste. Marie creating a sense of tranquillity in the heart of the city and is a small example of the beautiful Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Forest and wetlands.The Fort Creek Dam provides the ancillary benefit of green space recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat. The summer hikers can enjoy the diversity of scenery and trail difficulty have lunch under the pavilion. Fort Creek Conservation Area offers a delightful diversion in the winter visitors can go snowshoeing.

SPECIALTY:
Snowshoeing, Forest and Wetlands, Wildlife Habitat, Cross Country Skiing, Lake River Reservoir, Tobogganing, Geocache, Walking Trails, Handicapped Access, Picnic Facilities & Cycling

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