The Canadian wilderness has many places where one can escape from the pressures of modern life and find quiet solitude where one can relax and appreciate the natural wonders of the earth. There are many areas one can flee to, but these are the top ten in the hearts of many travelers who like to shed their suits and walk the trails and glide over waters in canoes and kayaks as one steps back into time and becomes one with Mother Nature.
Located roughly 300 km north of Toronto, one can either settle in on a campground full of amenities like flush toilets and hot showers or they can backpack into the wilderness and set up a site where one has to rely their abilities to survive comfortably. Some sites are so remote that they can only be reached by canoe or kayak.
There’s plenty to discover as one explores glaciers, mountains, and numerous lakes and streams. There is a natural hot spring where hikers can soak after long walks along the trails and paths through Canada’s first national park. There are 13 campgrounds for camping and RVs; some offer many amenities while others are set aside for the more adventurous campers.
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