Long Sault - Waterfront Trail
Most of the Trail through South Stormont follows off-road designated paths. You'll find plenty of natural beauty as you travel through wooded areas and along the St. Lawrence. Highlights of this trip include the Upper Migratory Bird Sanctuary and the Long Sault Parkway, a lovely scenic ride that takes you over a series of small islands linked by bridges. Be sure to check out the Lost Villages Museum, about 4 km east of Long Sault, which tells the story of the ten villages that were permanently submerged when the area was flooded to create the St Lawrence Seaway in 1958.
Long Sault Parkway follows a paved road, shared with cars, with no shoulder; caution should be exercised, especially on narrow bridges From Long Sault to Cornwall, the Waterfront Trail is all off-road on a designated multi-use path. Parking: in Long Sault, Moulinette Rd and Hwy 2 or Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary - Lost Villages Museum.
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