Manitoulin Hiking Trails Choose your adventure below... Bebamikawe Memorial Trail Difficulty ✩ Located at the end of Beach Road in Wikwemikong, this trail is 14 km of easy to intermediate trails, spectacular lookouts and educational signage. Bowerman Trails in South Baymouth Difficulty ✩✩ While you’re waiting for the Chi-Cheemaun ferry, or after you disembark, this trail is a great diversion. Bridal Veil Falls Difficulty ✩✩ The Bridal Veil Falls trail system is located in Kagawong. Although there is access to the trail system at Bridal Veil Falls… Cup and Saucer Difficulty ✩✩✩✩ Twenty km west of Little Current, with ample parking and trailhead off Highway 540, 3 km past the Bidwell Road corner, is the well known Cup and Saucer trail. Gordon's Park Difficulty ✩ On Hwy 6, just north of Hwy 542, this private park offers a nature interpretive centre with three complimentary hiking trails through five different eco systems. Gore Bay Boardwalk Trail Difficulty ✩ The Boardwalk Trail follows the town’s waterfront and connects with the Noble Nature Trail. Heaven's Gate Trail Difficulty ✩✩✩✩✩ This approx 50 km trail runs from the Willisville turn-off on Hwy 6 through to Fort Lacloche on the Sagamok First Nation, south of Massey. The Lewis Twin Peaks Hiking Trail Difficulty ✩✩✩ More trails below... Stunning Vistas Check out Manitoulin’s most popular trail. Let's Go! Let's Go! Little Current Recreational Walking Trail Difficulty ✩ Is a 12km path that includes minimal elevation changes, a compact surface, trail lighting, benches and directional signage. McLean's Park Difficulty ✩ This verdant 100-acre park is located on New England Road, a sideroad off Hwy 6 mid-way between Manitowaning and South Baymouth. Misery Bay Difficulty ✩ Misery Bay Provincial Nature Reserve is a 860 hectare provincial park on the south shore of Manitoulin Island, a ten minute drive west of Evansville Mississagi Lighthouse Difficulty ✩ Located at the lighthouse near Meldrum Bay are several short trails that follow the craggy shoreline over flat limestone ledges… Sheshegwaning - Nimkee's Hiking Trail Difficulty ✩✩ North of Silver Water, off Hwy 540, the Sheshegwaning First Nation is developing a 20km trail, which can be enjoyed in several sections. Noble Nature Trail Difficulty ✩ The Noble Nature Trail is an easy to moderate trail that offers a 1.1km stroll east from its starting point at the intersection of Water and Bay Streets on the Gore Bay shoreline… Point Grondine Park Difficulty ✩ A First Nation owned and operated recreational park, Point Grondine has over 7,000 hectares of scenic natural wilderness landscape. Wagg's Woods Difficulty ✩ Right off one of Mindemoya’s main streets, Hwy 542, Wagg’s Woods is located almost directly across the street from the municipal office.