An adventurous attitude and a pair of hiking boots are just as necessary as your snowshoeing and ski equipment when travelling in southern Ontario during the winter. Southern Ontario lies between Lake Erie and Lake Huron. Major cities in the area include Goderich, Guelph, Kitchener, Leamington, London, Orangeville, Sarnia, Stratford, Tobermory, Wasaga Beach, Windsor and Woodstock. This relatively flat region is known for Carolinian forests, oak savanna, vast farms, sandy beaches and flowing rivers.
This Trail Guide includes descriptions of Allan Park Management Unit, The University og Guelph Arboretum, Avon Trail, Backus Heritage Conservation Area, Bannockburn Wildlife Management Area, Brant Tract, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Colpoy's Ski Trail, Elora-Cataract Trail, Falls Reserve Conservation Area, Fanshawe Conservation Area, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Glenelg Ski Trails, Goderich to Auburn Rail-Trail (GART), Gordon Glaves Memorial Pathway, Hay Swamp Management Area, Hullett Wildlife Area, Inverhuron Provincial Park, Kinghurst Management Unit, Laurel Creek Conservation Area, Longwoods Road Conservation Area, Lynn Valley Trail, MacGregor Point Provincial Park, Maitland Trail and Menesetung Bridge, Mono Nordic Ski Club, Morrison Dam Conservation Area, Naftel's Creek Conservation Area, Pinehurst Lake, Pinery Provincial Park, Point Pelee National Park, Port Elgin Ski Trails, Pottawatomi Conservation Area.
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