Posts Tagged ‘explore Ontario’

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Callaghan Rapids, Marmora Ontario

Callaghan Rapids, Marmora Ontario

Callaghan Rapids Rating: 2/5 Eastern Region, Crowe River, Hastings County, Marmora GPS: N 44 26.482 W 77 41.393 Access: Moderate Directions: Off the end of Callaghan Rapids Road SW of Marmora Bumpy backroads in a remote part of Eastern Ontario. This is a very remote location, from the parking lot you can take a path

Winding Drops Falls, Prince Edward County Ontario

Winding Drops Falls, Prince Edward County Ontario

Winding Drops Falls Rating: 2.5/5 Eastern Region, Prince Edward County Access: Difficult Lattitude and Longitude: 44.1156254  -77.0836056 Address: 59 County Road 35, Prince Edward County, ON Nestled into a forest area on private property you will find a Falls that we named  “Winding Drops Falls” off Highway 49 in Prince Edward County. If you go

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge, Alban Ontario

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge, Alban Ontario

French River Gorge and Suspension Bridge , Alban Ontario GPS Coordinates for the Bridge: N46 1.019 W80 35.138 Park Address: 20526 Trans-Canada Hwy 69, P0M1A0,, Alban, ON Phone: (705) 857-1630 Website: http://www.ontarioparks.com/park/frenchriver The French River is the first designated Canadian Heritage River that Aboriginal people used for travel and as a meeting place for thousands

The Holleford Meteor Crater, South Frontenac Ontario

The Holleford Meteor Crater, South Frontenac Ontario

The Holleford Meteor Crater, South Frontenac Ontario Address: 3963 Holleford Rd, Hartington, ON K0H 1W0, Canada GPS Coordinates: N 44 27.511 W 076 37.985 It came from Outer Space. Most of us at one time or another gazed into amazement at the night sky and watched streaks of light. On rare occasion we can hear

Gull Pond, Prince Edward County Ontario

Gull Pond, Prince Edward County Ontario

Gull Pond, Prince Edward County Ontario 325 Charwell Point Rd, Prince Edward, ON K0K, Canada Prepare for some off-roading! This is a very remote location reached from old service roads, prepare for a slow bumpy ride! This is a great area to  hike around Gull Pond across the water to almost a remote shoreline around

Agawa Falls, Agawa Ontario

Agawa Falls, Agawa Ontario

Agawa Falls Rating: 4/5 Algoma Region, Agawa River, Lake Superior Provincial Park GPS: N 47 22.632 W 84 32.106 Access: Difficult, 12 hours round trip Hike If you have a day to spare, and are looking for good adventure and a great waterfall, go see Agawa Falls. If you will not be in the area

Chaffey Lock Cascade, Chaffey Lock Ontario

Chaffey Lock Cascade, Chaffey Lock Ontario

Chaffey Lock Cascade Rating: 1/5 Rideau River, Eastern Region, Lanark County GPS: N 44 34.755 W 76 19.249 Access: Easy NW on ON-15 and left on Chaffey’s Lock Road This is more of a Dam but the setting with an Old Mill across and the Lockes in a charming town along a Rideau canal makes

Gorgeous Paddle perspective at Algonquin Provincial Park

Gorgeous Paddle perspective at Algonquin Provincial Park

Gorgeous perspective by @getonthewaterca ? Looks like a perfect weekend for a paddle, who has a trip planned? #thosewhostray . #discovercanada #discoverontario #discoveron #pureontario #algonquin #algonquinpark #paddlecanada #paddleontario #ontarioparks #provincialparks #tourcanada #ig_great_shots_canada #theoutbound #liveauthentic

King’s Mill Conservation Area, Stirling Ontario

King’s Mill Conservation Area, Stirling Ontario

Address: 1119 Wellman’s Rd., Stirling, Ontario, @44.331528-77.62839 Telephone: 613-394-4829 North of Stirling, on King’s Mill Rd 5km west of County Rd #14 Activities and Information: Free Admission Lake/River/Reservoir Herritage/Museum Picnic Facilities FishingDirections: Unique Features: Site of former grist mill, Mill still standing, Small hiking trail, little bridge and a marsh/wetland

Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves, Belleville Ontario

Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves, Belleville Ontario

Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves, Belleville Ontario 2623 Harmony Rd, Belleville, ON K8N 4Z6, Canada More Information Featuring guided tours of Ontario’s largest natural cavern, people from near and far are now discovering the adventure and history of this natural wonder. The tour runs for approximately 45 minutes and is perfect for the young and old

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