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Stokely Section of the Voyageur Trail


The Stokely Section of the Voyageur Trail runs for 13.1 km from the junction with the Harmony Section south through the Stokely Creek Lodge ski trails and lands owned by the Algoma Highlands Conservancy to the Robertson Lake Road. Along the way you climb King Mountain, and walk along the top of Roberson Cliffs. Both features offer spectacular views of the surrounding country and Lake Superior in the distance. The trail can be accessed from the Tier Lake trails, Stokely Creek Lodge, and a well signed access point on the Robertson Lake Road.

The trail is now part of the Voyageur Hiking Trail, which is an association of trails between Thunder Bay and Sudbury, including areas in Pukaskwa National Park and Lake Superior Provincial Park.  All of these trails have been designated Trans Canada Trail.  A guide to the Stokely Section (with maps) can be found in the Voyageur Hiking Trail Guidebook (2014 edition), which can be obtained from  the Voyageur Hiking Trail Association. 

VOYAGEUR TRAIL ASSOCIATION

PO BOX 20040, 150 CHURCHILL BLVD.

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON P6A 6W3

1-877-393-4003

Web Site:  http://www.voyageurtrail.ca
                   www.facebook.com/voyageurtrailassociation

Email:  info@voyageurtrail.ca



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