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Lake Whittaker Walking Trail


Whittaker Lake Conservation Area                        

Lake Whittaker was formed during the last ice age when a chunk of glacier broke away to create a depression. Springs later filled the depression creating the 26-acre lake. It is the most southerly in-land Lake in Canada and the headwaters of Kettle Creek.

A 7km non-surfaced hiking/walking trail loops around the lake providing a spectacular view of provincially significant wetlands, plantation, sugar bush and climax forest. The trail system is split into three trails one is 1.5 km the others are 2.5 km in length.



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