Bon Echo Provincial Park
This trail follows a section of the old Addington settlement road and penetrates the rugged landscape of the Canadian Shield.
This 1.5-kilometre sheer rock face rises 100 metres above Mazinaw Lake, one of the deepest lakes in Ontario, and features over 260 native pictographs – the largest visible collection in Canada.
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This site is supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Active 2010 Recreation Program, The Ministry of Natural Resources, The Ontario Trillium Foundation and trail users like you!
Hiking & Walking, Camping & Backpacking, Canoeing & Kayaking
Natural, Scenic, Historic
Soil - Compacted, Water
Admission fee, Parking, Potable drinking water, Washrooms, Designated rest areas, Camping
swimming and fishing, birding
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May to October
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