Huckleberry Rock has been well known locally for over 100 years as a scenic lookout – and one of the best places to catch a sunset in all of Muskoka.
These rocks are some of the oldest rock in the world, well over a billion years old.
There are five waterfalls located at the High Falls site. These include Pott's Falls, Muskoka Canyon Falls, Little High Falls, Big High Falls and a 5th man-made falls to accommodate the High Falls Water Park. Much of this site is wheelchair accessible. It is situated on the Trans-Canada Trail System, High Falls is an ideal spot to stop and enjoy the view.
Everyone will find something to enjoy at Buckwallow. There are fun tracks for beginners and for the more advanced rider Buckwallow has some of the best rock riding around. This is great Canadian Shield riding at its best.
$10 day pass
$60 individual season pass
$120 family season pass
Rated as some of the most technically challenging mountain biking trails in Ontario, Porcupine Ridge is a long standing favourite to those riders seeking to test their skills and endurance. This is an advanced trail system that requires both physical fitness & technical skill.
The mountain bike park is designed, and caters to advanced and expert level riders only. Riders are rewarded for their efforts with stunning landscapes, including a bird’s eye view of Lake Muskoka, many rolling granite outcroppings, and moss carpeted woodland
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