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Almaguin Highlands Near North Algonquin Park Region north of Muskoka in Ontario, Canada.

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Hiking Vacation in the Almaguin Highlands near Muskoka, Ontario, Canada

The Seguin Trail, once a railway bed, is now a relatively level path through wilderness that is not accessible by car. Hikers, Cyclists and ATV riders use this trail. The Seguin Trail between Emsdale and Parry Sound, passes through the communities of Sprucedale, Bear Lake & Orrville all situated on Hwy. 518 West.

Go for a relaxing walk to see many types of wildlife. The Almaguin Highlands is located just north of Muskoka, Ontario. This area is overflowing with natural wonders and historical lore from which a legacy of Forgotten Trails has emerged. The Forgotten Trails are used for Cycling and Hiking. The Forgotten Trails, which include the Old Nipissing Road, Old Muskoka Road and Old Rye Road, signify a group of long forgotten colonization roads that brought the first settlers to their promised tracts of free land in the north. Loxton Beaver Trail is 8.5km long, Moose Mountain Trail is 2km long, Tower Trail is 2km long and the Muskoka Trail is 2km long.

The Almaguin Highlands north of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada also has a large selection of parks to enjoy for your adventure travel vacation that include Algonquin Provincial Park through the town of Kearney or Sundridge, Arrowhead Provincial Park located north of Huntsville, Finlayson Point Provincial Park located on Lake Temagami, Marten River Provincial Park located at the southern gateway to the Temagami lakes, Mikisew Provincial Park located on the shore of Eagle Lake, Restoule Provincial Park straddles the narrows between two lakes south of Lake Nippissing and Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park located on the Mattawa River. Discover hiking adventures in the Near North and enjoy deciding where to stay using our accommodations getaway directory that include cottages, motels, hotels, inns, lodges, bed and breakfast, resorts, campgrounds, chalets and private cottages.

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www.discoveryroutes.ca Forgotten Trails discovery Routes info@discoveryroutes.ca
Discovery Routes celebrates the rich natural and cultural heritage of the Blue Sky Region with all-season land and water based trails that follow historic voyageur trade routes, wind through colonization ghost towns, and dissect rugged rocky gorges with panoramic views. These unique trails of discovery for hiking, biking, canoeing, inline skating, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, equestrian, ATVing, snowmobiling, and other trail-related activities form a trail network stretching from Mattawa through North Bay to the French River, north to Marten River and south to Highway 518.
701 Oak Street East North Bay, ON P1B 9T1
TEL: (705) 474-5420 FAX: (705) 474-9793
www.discoveryroutes.ca Cranberry Trail on Cranberry Road trails@nbmca.on.ca
Cranberry Trail on Cranberry Road at Callander's North-end, the trail is 2.7 km one way. It meanders over relatively level terrain for hiking, cycling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding and snowmobiling. The most famous residents are the recently-reintroduced trumpeter swans. An easy trail great for children. Parking, rest area and lookout.
From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, take HWY 11 south to the Pinewood Park Drive/Highway 94 turnoff. Turn left at the lights, and drive 2 km
(1.2 mi) to Fairway Drive, where you will turn right. Turn right again after 200 m
(0.12 mi) onto Cranberry Road, where you will find the Cranberry Trail parking lot at the end.
www.strongtownship.com High Rock Lookout
High Rock Lookout Park is a great place to come for a picnic, to get a magnificient view of Lake Bernard or to go for a stroll through the bush. There are picnic tables in several locations throughout the park as well as in the shelter. You can view the lake from the lookout or take the path to the flat rock just above the water surface where you can swim or dive.
East of Hwy 11 at Albert Street. 843 High Rock Drive Sundridge, Ontario