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Step into Nature: Scenic Hiking Trails near The Inn at the Falls

The Inn at the Falls in Bracebridge, Ontario, is not just a historic hotel with exceptional hospitality; it's also your gateway to some of the most beautiful hiking trails in Muskoka. With trails meandering through lush forests, alongside sparkling waters, and over majestic hills, there's a path for every hiker's preference.

Bracebridge Resource Management Centre Just a stone's throw away from our boutique hotel, the Bracebridge Resource Management Centre offers an extensive network of hiking trails. Whether you're a casual hiker or a nature enthusiast, these trails provide an escape into Bracebridge's tranquil woodlands.

Wilson’s Falls Looking for a waterfall view on your hike? Wilson's Falls boasts an exhilarating trail. The falls are considered the most impressive in Muskoka, and the trails leading up to them offer a range of difficulty levels.

Bracebridge Bay Trail The Bracebridge Bay Trail is a leisurely loop trail situated around the Muskoka River. It's a great choice for those seeking a gentle hike that offers fantastic views of Bracebridge Bay and the Silver Bridge.

Porcupine Ridge Mountain Bike Park While its name suggests it's only for cyclists, Porcupine Ridge Mountain Bike Park offers a challenging terrain perfect for hikers seeking a thrilling experience. This trail brings you through a beautiful forested area with rewarding hilltop views.

Muskoka Highlands Hike through the scenic Muskoka Highlands and enjoy the tranquility of nature. It’s a fantastic trail for a casual stroll or a vigorous hike.

Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail A short drive from Bracebridge, Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail is well worth the trip. The trail is fairly easy, leading to a lookout point with breathtaking views of Lake Muskoka.

Remember, no matter which trail you choose, you'll be returning to the cozy comfort of The Inn at the Falls, where you can unwind and replenish after your day out in the Muskoka wild. Step out from our boutique hotel and immerse yourself in the enchanting nature that surrounds us. Happy hiking!

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