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It might possibly have been easier for me to complete the Cirque of the Unclimbables than assemble 25 of the Best Hikes in Canada’s North.
After all, these trails crisscross some of our nation’s most remote places, and up-to-date details can be infrequent and incomplete. And just when I thought I was on the right track, emails exchanged with Parks Canada employees would reveal that what I originally thought were trails, were technically unmarked routes. Well, I supposed that’s bound to happen in a tree-less alpine tundra…
In assembling 25 of the Best Hiking Trails in Canada’s North, I’ve endeavoured to provide the most accurate details I could get my hands on. However, I recognise that some trail descriptions may be incomplete. As greater numbers of intrepid hikers venture north, and more details come to light, I’ll aim to update this document.
As a final note, if you’re inspired to attempt these northern treks, Parks Canada has a wealth of invaluable information to offer rec users. Often times, in the form of PDF documents, park orientations and current conditions relayed from employees posted in the territories. Since this is some serious backcountry with unique Arctic demands, I’d advise you connect with Parks Canada or a local guide before setting out. And not only that, make sure to check out these tips and products to optimise any camping or hiking trip.