Manitoulin Day Tripping Lake Mindemoya, the Bridal Veil Falls and the Cup and Saucer Lookout

Manitoulin, Ontario

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When you look at an Ontario road map, Manitoulin Island looks pretty small, but don’t be fooled. Even if you spend several days cycling on this island, you would be hard pressed to see everything. Starting at Lake Mindemoya, this trip takes you clockwise around the lake to the eastern shore of Lake Kagawong. After passing the Bridal Veil Falls and historic Kagawong, it continues along one of the island’s main logging roads, and through the West Bay First Nation reserve, now known as "M'chigeeng" to the impressive Cup and Saucer lookout. The loop is completed by cycling along the western shores of Lake Manitou.

Manitoulin Day Tripping: Lake Mindemoya, the Bridal Veil Falls and the Cup and Saucer Lookout Professional Review and Guide

"When you look at an Ontario road map, Manitoulin Island looks pretty small, but don’t be fooled. Even if you spend several days cycling on this island, you would be hard pressed to see everything. Starting at Lake Mindemoya, this trip takes you clockwise around the lake to the eastern shore of Lake Kagawong.

After passing the Bridal Veil Falls and historic Kagawong, it continues along one of the island’s main logging roads, and through the West Bay First Nation reserve, now known as "M'chigeeng" to the impressive Cup and Saucer lookout. The loop is completed by cycling along the western shores of Lake Manitou."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Manitoulin
Distance: 55.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Mid-May to October
Driving Directions: Directions to Manitoulin Day Tripping: Lake Mindemoya, the Bridal Veil Falls and the Cup and Saucer Lookout

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