This is a trail in Algonquin Park in south-central Ontario. There are three possible loops. I did the shortest most southerly one, about 35km.
I wanted to get out of Toronto. So I drove up about 3 hours and started around 4 one afternoon and walked about 12 km (7.5 miles?) to Maggie Lake before dark. Next day about 10 km (6 miles?) to Oak Lake, arriving around lunch time, and the third day about 13 km (8 miles?) out to the trailhead.
Doesn't sound strenuous but the trail is a constant up and down and the weather kind of sapped my energy. In the fall it would be pleasant.
The weather was warm and sticky (26*C=78*F?) and the bush was green green green. Nighttime lows of 16* and 17*C (about 60*F).
Tried: My new 3-season Incubator, and my Warbonnet tree straps with Dutch's whoopie hooks (thought his straps were a bit short for my taste, hence the WB ones). Used Tarp Flyz on the tarp, and Hennessy Snakeskins. Everything worked really well.
Learned: Be careful with hot stuff. Burned my thumb and index finger lifting a pot lid. Second Skin Burn bandages with the moist gel in them are awesome and highly recommended, as is the Polysporin that has Lidocaine in it to dull pain. Also learned: If you hike solo, make sure you can access all your first aid stuff with one hand (and your mouth) if the other hand is burned and being held under water. Get bandaids that are easy to open, and ziplocs that use the zipper thing.
Loved: took Aquatab water purification tablets this time. A lot less fuss than drops.
Spotted: herons, cranes (rare in the park), loons, beaver, frogs, snakes, moles, chipmunks and squirrels.
Here are some pictures. It's not the Rockies, but it has its pleasures and character. Enjoy.