Lake Laurentian Conservation Area Trails Topo Map

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It’s hard to believe that such a wonderful wilderness area would be available within the city of Sudbury, but it is. For the ideal morning, spend about four hours encircling Lake Laurentian on the 12km (7.4mi) Hiking Trail and the 1km (.6mi) Lakeside Trail, that leave from the Nature Chalet. You’ll traverse rocky plains covered in blueberry bushes, pass through mixed forests before reaching the marshes on the south side of the lake. In this area, expect to cover at least two very wet causeways and one short bridge that may still be replaced by two logs. If you’d rather spend less time in the area, run along the 4km (2.5mi) Ramsey Lake Running and Biking Trail; wander along the 2km (1.2mi) Self Guided Nature Trail; or climb the 4km (2.5mi) Beaver Pond Trail. currently offers topo maps from the entire United States. We plan to expand our topomap database in the future, however this map is not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

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Mar 2018