Canada has always had the reputation of a land where you can truly enjoy the great outdoors. There is nothing like hiking to get you out into these pristine wilderness areas and to breathe in fresh air. Some hikes in Canada are day hikes while others will require a night or a week of camping sleepovers to complete them. Hiking trails in Canada are varied, and you can take your pick from the forest, mountain or valley walks, all of which range from easy to difficult. Among the 10 best hikes in Canada are the Confederation Trail, Blackstrap Provincial Park, Awenda Provincial Park, the Auyuittuq National Park, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Gros Morne National Park, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Jacques-Cartier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park and Banff National Park. These are just some of the best hiking trails in Canada – there are thousands, and if you plan on hiking them, do your research and make sure you’re rigged out with the proper gear.