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Hazlewood Trail


The historic Hazlewood Trail once linked Port Carling to Port Sandfield. The trail is named for the Hazlewoods, a pioneer family who settled on Lake Rosseau; this was their trail to Port Carling.

The trail includes some moderate to steep climbs through mature hardwood forest. Towards the end of the route, the trail runs beside a large beaver pond, well known for its bird life.

When travelers reach Ferndale Road, they can return the way they came or turn right and take the Ferndale Road back (3.5 km).


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