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Gogama, Ontario - Hiking Trails

Bald Rock Interpretive Scenic Lookout:

Gogama, Ontario - Hiking trailsThis trail was created in July 1994 by the Dividing Lake Ontario Rangers as part of their 50th anniversary celebration. In July of 1999, a microburst passed through the area, destroying various sections of the landscape. A “microburst” is a very strong wind with no definitive path. By selective harvesting of fallen trees followed by a replanting of the area, the landscape has begun to reclaim it's beauty and it offers a great scenic view.

Waterfront Park Walking Trail:(Trail Temporarily Closed)

This trail is three quarters of a mile long and is located within the town site along the shore of Minisinakwa Lake. This trail is part of a greater development project that includes the public beach and plans are being considered to establish a Heritage Site to commemorate the days gone by of the Poupore Forestry Company.

Other areas for trails are also being considered to further complement the existing trails.

 

 

 

 
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