Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing Trails Topo Map

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The longest snow season belongs to northwestern Ontario. Skiing and snowshoeing can begin as early as November and almost always continue until mid-April, and at times into the first week of May. Northwestern Ontario is the area north of Lake Superior that extends to Lake of the Woods and the Manitoba border. Major cities include: Atikokan, Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora, Marathon, Nipigon and Thunder Bay. Only a few trails have pierced this vast mysterious region of impenetrable rock, huge canyons and waterfalls, making it a prime location for daring adventurers. This Trail Guide includes descriptions of Beaten Path Nordic Trails, Centennial Park, Club Minaki, Dryden Ski Club, Hazelwood Lake Conservation Area, Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, Kamview Nordic Centre, Lappe Nordic Centre, Longlac Cross Country Ski Club, Marathon Cross-Country Ski Club, Mink Mountain Resort, Mission Island Marsh Conservation Area, Nordic Nomads Ski Club, Northern Trails Ski Club, Quetico Provincial Park, Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club, Red Lake District Cross-Country Club, Rendezvous Cross Country Ski Club, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Superior Cross-Country Ski Club (Main), White River Community Trails, and Superior Cross-Country Ski Club (Rainbow Falls). 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.