Hiking is one of the best ways to understand why winter is a great season. Especially when you are staying in the Muskoka area, there are some fantastic scenes, trails, and overall atmosphere to enjoy. Legacy Cottages is where you will want to call your home base for your winter getaway. You’ll find that our cabins are cozy and relaxing. It’s the perfect place to unwind after a rewarding hike. Here are some winter hiking trails to explore in Muskoka.
Ice Skating Trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park
The Ice Skating Trial should be at the very top of your list of hiking trails in the Muskoka area. This is one of Ontario’s most popular attractions during the winter months. Ice skating through this trail is an incredibly unique and exciting experience that you should not skip over.
Stubb’s Falls Trail
Stubb’s Falls Trail is a short loop that stretches more than a mile long. It’s dog-friendly and an easy trail to walk on. This trail is simple to trek, and you’ll see some gorgeous Canadian winter scenes.
Brydon’s Bay Recreational Trail
This is a short trail about one mile long, but don’t overlook it. It’s simple for all skill levels and will give you an excellent opportunity to see some winter wildlife. If you have the chance to watch the sunset, Brydon’s Bay Recreational Trail is one of the best winter trails to visit.
The Hazelwood Trail is a longer trail for more than two miles. It’s a beautiful walk with multiple rolling hills to transverse. The route will lead you to a pond, so take your time and enjoy the scenery when you get there.
Winter Is the Best Time to Visit Lake Rosseau and Muskoka
If you want to get the most out of the winter months, you need to explore the hiking trails near Lake Rosseau and Muskoka. Try hiking the area around your Legacy Cottages rental property. Our private cabins offer the best scenery, lakeside views, and winter joy you can find in Canada. For more information on Legacy Cottages, please visit our website.