Frontenac Provincial Park: Salmon Lake to Buck Lake Loop (4 days / 25 km)

Panoramic view of Frontenac provincial park Mink Lake

Frontenac Provincial Park is a beautiful park, especially in the fall. It lies on the southern end of the Canadian Shield and during October, combines spectacular fall colours with beaver ponds, scenic ridges, granite shield outcrops, wetlands, and mixed forest.

This is a backcountry park, but it is one of the easier ones you’ll encounter, as the trails are relatively flat. There are also many interconnected loops you could do depending on how far you wish to hike, adding more exploration to...


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