An exciting wilderness retreat, northeastern Ontario was made for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing adventures. Northeastern Ontario includes the northern coasts of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron and leads north to James Bay. Major cities include: North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury and Timmins. This region, which also includes Manitoulin Island, has become known for a landscape of rock ridges, raging lakes and rivers, and stunted trees made famous by the renowned Group of Seven painters.
This Trail Guide includes descriptions of Blind River Cross-Country Ski Club, Cambrian College, Capreol Cross-Country Ski Club, Cedar Rail Ranch Resort, Education Centre Ski Trails, Elliott Lake Cross Country Ski Club, Fort Creek Conservation Area, Iron Bridge Ski Trail System, Kamiskotia Snow Resort, Kap-Kig-Iwan, Kapuskasing, Kettle Lakes Provincial Park, Killarney Provincial Park, Kukagami Lodge, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Mattagami Ski Club, Mississagi Provincial Park.
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