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Griffith Mine Interpretive Trails


The Griffith Mine Interpretive Site in Red Lake is a rehabilitated iron ore mine site 20 km (12.5 mi.) north of Ear Falls and offers a variety of trails ideal for hiking or biking.

The trails span the entire area of the mine, wind around the former open mine pits, and pass the shores of Bruce Lake - it's a very different trails experience. A number of biking and hiking trails cover the whole area of the former mining site that closed in 1986.

Interpretive signs are located along the trails and visitors can observe a moose and beaver habitat, as well as wetlands.

Information provided by the Red Lake website.

Ontario Abandoned Places

Red Lake Heritage Centre

 



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