If you’re in your hiking era and would love to explore more of Ontario’s wonderful outdoors, here’s a lovely hiking trail that leads to a stunning lookout off a cliff. Here’s what to know about the Eagle’s Nest Lookout trail.

You’ll find this thrilling adventure in the Township of Greater Madawaska, right off of Calabogie Road. It’s about a four-hour drive north of Toronto. But trust us, it’s worth the trip.

Eagle’s Nest Lookout trail is actually part of the 9km long Manitou Mountain trail, according to Calabogie Peaks Resort. It leads to three spectacular mountain top vistas

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Though the trail does branch off in parts, if you park off of Calabogie Road (6573), it’ll only take you about 20 minutes to reach Eagle’s Head.

“Across the road, on your left, you will note the Eagle’s Nest trail sign marking the entrance to the trail. Follow the trail for about 20 minutes. Note the eagle’s head, painted signs in the trees above you on the right,” shares Calabogie Peaks Resort.

“As you pass a pond on your left, look for a large, colourful and informative sign, just off to your right. Follow the short trail up the hill to the right to the cliff site and enjoy the view.”

Enjoy the view atop a 120-meter cliff and set your eyes on the wonderful greenery Ontario is known for.

And as always, take every precaution as you embark on this adventure, and don’t get too close to the edge.

So, grab your camera and start the car. Your next adventure awaits!

Eagle’s Nest Lookout Trail

Where: Calabogie Road (508), Calabogie