Centennial Ridges Trail, Algonquin Provincial Park
(4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Centennial Ridges Trail is located in Algonquin Provincial Park. Make Centennial Ridges Trail a centerpiece of your Algonquin Provincial Park vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Algonquin Provincial Park trip builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is one of the best trails in Algonquin for breathtaking scenery. The Booth’s Rock trail has a nice lookout but for the sheer number of gorgeous lookouts Centennial Ridges Trail is the best for ph...  more »
  • My boyfriend and I recently did this trail. I had looked up the official time to hike the trail and saw that it was 6hrs, however upon reading reviews saw that most people seemed to finish in 3 hours ...  more »
  • Over the years we have hiked most of the trails along the highway 60 corridor in Algonquin Park. Centennial Ridges is one of the more scenic trails we have done in Algonquin and probably my new favour...  more »
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  • I think by far this is the best trail in all of the Hwy 60 Algonquin Trails. The reason being is that it is lengthy and a great scenic hike. I would traverse this trail every season even in the Winter time. The best times to come is during Early Spring and Fall. The reason being is that early Spring there are slightly less bugs. During the Fall there are no bugs and the explosion of autumn colors is breathtaking. Be forewarned though that it may not be easy to reach this trail after Summer because they often close part of the parking lot to reach the base of the trail so prepare at least 1 hour extra to get to the start of the trail!
  • Nice trail in Algonquin Provincial park but lots of mosiqitoes as you walk through the forest. Great views along ridge and well worth the hike.
  • I think this trail is the best with many look outs
  • Beautiful views nice hicking trail
  • Pretty beautiful trail one of the nicer ones in the park