My name is Tom Worsley, Ontario wildlife and landscape photographer and I have been exploring Ontario hiking trails pretty much my entire life and this website along with ontariohikingtrails.net and my YouTube channel ontariohikingtrails.ca are dedicated to my hiking and backpacking adventures trips from visiting the 1,000’s of hiking and backpacking trails that Ontario has to offer. Including the Bruce hiking trail, the Ganaraska hiking trail, the Trans Canada hiking trail, Algonquin Provincial Park hiking trails and many more. Posting my video and photo footage along the way and offering tips and advice from my experience along the way.
If you are interested in recreational hiking and backpacking trails in Ontario and where you can find great locations, Then watch my YouTube video’s and don’t forget to check out my blog because I will be adding secret locations to hiking trails potentially near you. They will contain secret locations and tons of hiking and backpacking advice. And don’t forget to subscribe to my channel so you never miss a video. Click on the bell and after that click all and you will get a notification ever time I upload a new hiking adventure. You can also go to my blog and join in on any discussion on hiking trails I have visited or create your own post on hiking trails you have visited.
Hiking the Ganaraska Trail Wilderness section Queen Elizabeth 2 Wildlands Video Hiking On Beaver Dams
View my latest hiking trip on the Niagara escarpment Bruce hiking trail video on YouTube Ontario
I stumble across an Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake At the Torrance Barrens Dark Sky preserve
Hiking and backpacking on Ontario Trails for me has become a part of my life. A way to get away and forget about the struggles we face on a daily basis. Hiking and backpacking on trails near me is a way to calm and sooth the mind without using drugs or alcohol. I am therefore blessed with the hiking trails that I have access to in my very own back yard. And you too can find hiking trails near you. The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail runs right thru Lindsay Ontario Via old railway beds so they are not that exciting really but it is still the Trans Canada Trail none the less. Doube’s Trestle Bridge is part of this great trail.
I have always been a bit of a wanderer. I was hiking before I even knew what hiking was. As a young boy I walked the Victoria Rail Trail into what is now called Ken Reid Conservation area and the headquarters for The Kawartha Conservation. Today I hike all over Ontario from Algonquin Provincial Park to the Niagara escarpment Bruce Trail to the amazing rocky shores of Lake Superior Provincial Park and anywhere else my curiosity and camera’s take me