Hike Lake Superior’s rugged north shore
Let a truly Great Lake take your breath away. Whatever your ability level, there’s a hiking trail for you on Lake Superior’s rugged north shore overlooking the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area – a trail that’s guaranteed to show you why this lake is called an inland sea.
Casque Isles Trail
With 11 access points over 5 segments, this well maintained and signed trail offers an achievable experience for avid hikers.
For those seeking a short outing close to Nipigon, the Clearwater Creek Loop is an ideal hike for all skill levels.
Deer Lake Mountain Trail
Deer Lake Mountain Trail offers a variety of terrain and spectacular views of No Good Lake, Lofquist Lake and a glimpse of Lake Superior in the distance.
Located within Hurkett Cove Conservation Area, this trail is a naturalist’s treasure.
Kama Cliffs Trail
This hike/ride offers some impressive natural wonders that are sure to impress.
The challenging Mazukama Falls Loop trail climbs steeply for 500 m and passes beside the many cascades and waterfalls of Mazukama Creek as it tumbles off the red rocks of the Kama Cliffs through huge old growth cedars.
Nipigon River Recreation Trail
Experience the shoreline of the Nipigon River from Nipigon to Red Rock and along Nipigon Bay.
Red Rock Mountain Trail
This is a foot and bike path that runs along the crests and valleys of the Red Rock Mountain.
Rossport Coastal Trail
A true coastal trail with plenty of opportunities to dip your feet in Superior.