Located in Ontario, the hiking in Pukaskwa National Park is known for two nice hiking trails. The best Pukaskwa National Park hiking based on popularity are considered to be Coastal Hiking Trail and White River Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Pukaskwa National Park hiking trail below.
On the north shore of Lake Superior southeast of Marathon, the 37 mile Coastal Hiking Trail runs through boreal forest and crosses numerous rivers. The Coastal Hiking Trail winds from Hattie Cove, south through the boreal forest and over the hummocky rock of the shield to the North Swallow River.
On the north shore of Lake Superior southeast of Marathon, the 15km round-trip day hike to the White River Suspension Bridge is an exhausting but unforgettable day (for the well-prepared)! The rugged trail, wet in spots, takes you through thick boreal forest. Halfway to the bridge, the secluded beach at Playter Harbour offers a pleasant spot for a rest, snack and bathroom break. It is also a good place to turn back if you are too weary to continue all the way to the bridge. The White River Suspension Bridge is a highlight for many.