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Trappers Trail


This trail into the heart of the park crosses the 249-km Munro Esker, a serpentine ridge of sand and gravel left by glaciers and the longest esker in Ontario.

It passes an old trapper's cabin and extensive spruce bog. Straddling the great continental divide between Arctic and Atlantic watersheds, this park preserves the legacy of glaciers that retreated 10,000 years ago – dozens of kettle lakes, part of the famous 250-kilometre Munroe esker, undulating hills and sand dunes. Now cloaked in forest, this fascinating landscape can be intimately explored along a network of hiking trails.



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