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Eau Claire Gorge Trail


The Eau Claire Gorge Conservation area which is located along the Amable du Fond River is rich in History. The area has strong ties to the J.R. Booth logging era as well as native legends. Remnants of a log slide still exist today and a reconstructed squatter's cabin was in established in 1990.

This trail is very hilly and is not recommended for children due the height of the gorge and the sometimes slippery railway ties. The most spectacular scenic feature is the gorge itself, which is geologically significant and great views of rapids and waterfalls along the trail.


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