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Algonquin - Adirondack Trail


The Algonquin - Adirondack Trail passes along the Frontenac Axis connecting the Algonquin Dome to the Adirondack Dome.

It allows hikers/cyclists to travel the ancient granite ridge used for eons by flora and fauna as a migration route through the 1000 Islands Region.

The route travels approximately 106 km starting at the 1000 Islands International Bridge and runs north to Westport.

The natural beauty of the trail has been largely spared from the development of the last century.

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