Trails in Muskoka Lakes include:
Fish Hatchery: 1 km, easy, only accessible trail, former fish hatchery produced trout by raising fingerlings and releasing them in local lakes and streams, 1,320 steps.
Hazelwood Trail: 2.5-km linear trail, moderate, the trail once connected Port Carling and Port Sandfield, 3,300 steps.
Artist Loop Trail: flooded out and permanently closed.
Torrance Barrens Trail: 3-km, 5-km, and 6-km trails, most difficult trail in navigation and accessibility, Ontario’s only lizard and a threatened species of rattlesnake can occasionally be found here, 4,000-8,000 steps.
Huckleberry Rock Trail: 2.4 km, moderate, rocks on trail some of the oldest in the world, west view over west Muskoka, 3,300 steps.
Hardy Lake Trail: 3-km, 7-km, and 8-km hikes, moderate to difficult, views of Hardy Lake and Lake Muskoka, 4,000-11,000 steps.
Port Carling Mural Walk: 2.5-km, easy, walk through Port Carling, 3,300 steps.
Bala Historic Walk: 4.5-km, easy, walk through Bala, 6,000 steps.
Weir Lake Trail: difficult, curvaceous, in Rosseau.
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