Road trip to Killarney Provincial Park

Killarney Provincial Park is on Georgian Bay, in the Canadian province of Ontario. 
It composed of wetlands, forests and mountains. The white quartzite mountains, the placid inland lakes, and the dramatic scenery of Lake Huron's Georgian Bay create a diverse landscape that offers a range of hiking experiences. From the trails, you can see sailboats racing across the sparkling blue water from the bay and canoes drifting silently along still lakes. (Planetware)

In the park, most hiking trails are marked by blue and red markers on trees or painted on rocks. Over open rock sections, stone piles also indicate the direction. Trails outside the park use a range of markers but are usually noted by coloured paint marks on trees and rocks. Some of these routes are more difficult to follow than those within the park.

The Crack is Killarney's premier hike, showcasing the area's white rock mountains and offers an amazing view of the inland lakes. In the fall, when the leaves change colour, this hike is one of the best in all of Ontario. The Crack is so named for a crack in the mountains, where huge rocks have tumbled down the upper portion of the hike, creating a tough scramble over boulders that requires the use of both hands and feet. But the hike is definitely worth it for the view (especially during the autumn).

If you are ever planning to drive up North, Killarney Provincial Park is definitely place to visit.