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Mizzy Lake Trail, Algonquin Provincial Park

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  • Have gotten on the trail from the south many times, didn't realize you could get in from the north. Met a C.O. at the entrance who gave me some good ideas for capturing moose shots, had a great chat. ...  more »
  • This was a great trail. 11 km long but worth every minute. It had a combination of forest, creek, pond and bogs to view wildlife and bird's. Highly recommended if you have a few hours. 
  • A good route to make way to Ottawa if you go through Algonquin park. Difficulty intermediate with good views and possible sightings depending on the time of year.
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  • One of Algonquin's more challenging hiking trails. It is not recommended for beginner or unprepared hikers.This trail is a wilderness day-hike that will take several hours to complete. Be sure to pack adequate food and water as well as clothing for at least 8 hours on the trail. Proper hiking boots or shoes are a must. NO DOGS ALLOWED. This trail offers excellent opportunities to spot wildlife. We recently did a portion of the trail where we didn't see any animals, but did see footprints and scat of moose, otter and wolves. Scenery is classic Algonquin Park and is absolutely beautiful.
  • Offers idyllic scenery, and a nice and long hike under the coverage of tall trees. The hike is mildly challenging, but plenty of stops the take rest and enjoy the views
  • Wild life trail, it is really worth the hike, took us 3 hours. We saw some real wildlife, snakes, beavers and wide variety of birds. We heard a lot of noises and movements so there are things that we might have missed. Definitely trying this again. Go early and after a rain, you will see more animals. Loved it
  • Great trail to take a day away. As a longer Algonquin trail you don't see as many casual strollers. Saw a moose and a few beavers. Good wildlife luck.
  • It's a pretty heavy hike, not made for everyone but it is cool to do, and it's a trail where you are pretty sure to see Moose, infact it is the only place where we see Moose