I don’t know about you, but getting fresh air always puts me in a good mood. Walking along trails is a great way to not only get exercise but also put a smile on your face. Canada has some amazing areas, trails and parks you can walk, but did you know there are a couple that are among the world’s happiest walks?

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Inghams looked at social media posts taken on popular walking trails around the world and used facial detection software to find and compare the size of the smiles captured in the posts, generating a happiness score and providing a tangible measurement of how happy travellers are as they embark on different walks around the world! Cool!

Two trails in Canada made the list, with the Bruce Trail in Tobermory, Ontario coming in at number six with a happiness score of 93.67.

The next spot to be among the world’s happiest walks is located in BC and Alberta – The Canadian Rockies.

The Rockies contain a plethora of national and provincial parks spanning between BC and Alberta including Yoho, Banff, Jasper, and Kootenay.

The Canadian Rockies also scored a 93.67 happiness score!

When it comes to the top three happiest walks, The South West Coast Path located in England came in at the top spot with a happiness score of 99.30.

In second place is The Thames Path, also in England earning a 99.29 happiness score.

And in third place is The Blue Mountains located in Australia. The Blue Mountains came in with a happiness score of 89.38.

Have you checked out any of these spots that are considered the world’s happiest walks, Canada?