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.

The trails

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    Casque Isles Trail

    With 11 access points over 5 segments, this well maintained and signed trail offers an achievable experience for avid hikers.

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    Clearwater Loop 

    For those seeking a short outing close to Nipigon, the Clearwater Creek Loop is an ideal hike for all skill levels.

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    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.

  • Two people with cameras on the edge of a marsh.
    Hurkett Cove

    Located within Hurkett Cove Conservation Area, this trail is a naturalist’s treasure.

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    Kama Cliffs Trail

    This hike/ride offers some impressive natural wonders that are sure to impress.

  • A person at the bottom of a waterfall. 
    Mazukama Falls

    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.

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    Nipigon River Recreation Trail

    Experience the shoreline of the Nipigon River from Nipigon to Red Rock and along Nipigon Bay.

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    Red Rock Mountain Trail

    This is a foot and bike path that runs along the crests and valleys of the Red Rock Mountain.

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    Rossport Coastal Trail

    A true coastal trail with plenty of opportunities to dip your feet in Superior.