Mizzy Lake Trail, Algonquin Provincial Park

#7 of 29 in Parks in Algonquin Provincial Park
Hiking Trail · Nature / Park
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  • It was a challenging hike. Me and hubby did not expect the terrain to be that rough and rugged. We passed by several tracks where it was almost impossible to traverse due to water and mud. We hiked...  more »
  • Unfortunately we didn’t see much wildlife but the day before there was a wolf on the track for 3/4 minutes. The walk is quite long so know what you are getting in to. In terms of route we found the....  more »
  • This is one of the longest trails, 6 hours is recommended, but 5 or less is possible (we did it in a little more than 4). You will see turtles for sure as it's a study site. It's an easy hike but on.....  more »
  • Mizzy Lake Trail is not what is advertised. It's not moderate...it should be rated difficult and strenuous. Also it's longer in time and distance than what it says online. Would be a good trail if it was properly labeled so that hikers could make informed decisions.
  • Moderate trail of approx 11km. Mostly flat with some elevation. Lots of mud spots today after rain 2 days ago. Wear proper shoes and long sleeves and pants to get by. Spotted a moose from afar and a few loons. Overall took 4 hours to completed. Nice way to spend the morning.
  • Definitely the easier one of the long trails. Mostly flat, compared with the other one, and parts are an old railway/road, so that part is easy to walk as well. On the other side, you wont have any lookouts on this one, its really "just" lakes.
  • Mizzy lake trail is a challenging trail. There are a lot of tree roots and rocks to walk over. We were able to see a moose,beaver and marten. There were also a lot of painted turtles and frogs to see. When using this trail mosquito repellent is a must. We were swarmed the entire trail. Hiking boots is also a must because of the rocks and roots.
  • Gorgeous trail with great chance to see wildlife like beaver and moose.

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