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The Lakelands Bike Paths and Rail Trails Professional Review and Guide
"The Lakelands embrace the maple-lined streets of Port Elgin, the inviting waters of Lake Huron and the majestic limestone cliffs of Georgian Bay. Cycling this area of the province can take your breath away in more ways than one. Enjoy spectacular scenery, awe-inspiring wildlife and some great single-track. All roads in this part of the province follow the Bruce Trail to Tobermory's famous Fathom Five National Marine Park. For many years, the area north of Toronto, called the "Lakelands," has been popular with visitors seeking a respite from the fast pace of city life in beautiful natural surroundings. There are three distinct regions in this territory, each with its own extraordinary scenery. The first region, the Muskoka Lakes, is closest to Toronto and offers high quality tourist facilities that blend into the landscape."
--John Lynes, Ontario's Bike Paths and Rail Trails (Ulysses Travel Guides).
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