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MARCH 10, 2011

Ottawa-Temiskaming Highland Trail:

a tour de force in hiking and backpacking

Some of the most breathtaking sights in Temagami are along a little-known 134-kilometre hiking trail that stretches from Latchford to Ottertail Creek on the Ottawa River. An architect of the Ottawa-Temiskaming Highland Trail writes about the ten-year project.  

FULL STORY

MARCH 1, 2011

Revived canoe routes, new trails and access over the last decade

Over the first decade of the century, many portages (all nastawgan) were revived. Adventurous trekkers constructed new hiking trails, including the tour-de-force, Ottawa Temiskaming Highland Trail.

Add to that, courtesy of the logging industry and Ontario Parks, three new access points: one improved, and two re-opened.

What a decade! Explore the routes online.

  INTERACTIVE MAP:   Decade of discovery 



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