From Ahmic Harbour, head southeast along the Ahmic Lake Road past the narrows of Neighick and Crawford Lakes. Follow trail signs until you meet up with the Old Nipissing “Ghost Road” at Spence. Head north (left) past the Spence cemetery; enjoy the scenery of Ahmic Lake along the way. At Magnetawan, take in the historical sites, catch a swim and head out of town northwest on Hwy 20 to Hwy 124 west.
This short portion of the highway skirts Whalley Lake then passes Knoepfli Falls where Ahmic Lake drops back into the Magnetawan River. Make sure you stop at the Knoepfli Falls with your camera or sketchbook. A little further along, Fagan Falls also drops into the Magnetawan River just before the Village of Ahmic Harbour. **Hwy 124 has a paved shoulder** Information provided by Discovery Routes Websites.
Directions: From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, head southeast on HWY 11 for 68 km. Take a right onto HWY 124 for 31 km. Turn left at Ahmic Lake Road.
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