Of all the modes of travel available to us today, the oldest is still the best for experiencing the wonders of our world.
Whether you prefer a brisk walk, a casual saunter, a stroll, a trudge or a canter — here are our choices for the best spots to employ your walkin’ shoes!
10. Killarney Park, Ontario, Canada
Thanks to the efforts of several of Canada’s most famous artists, Killarney’s jack pine ridges, clear lakes and quartz hills survive for your walking pleasure.
Calling themselves the Group of Seven, they approached the government, demanding that the area be designated as protected parkland.
Four hiking trails including the picturesque Granite Ridge Trail give visitors unparalleled access to La Cloche Mountains, Georgian Bay and the spectacular beauty immortalized by the iconic paintings of Group of Seven members Lawren Harris, A.J. Casson and A.Y. Jackson.