The Kawartha section is almost entirely in City of Kawartha Lakes. The section starts on the railtrail, where it intersects with Crosswinds Road, south of Raeboro. It follows the railtrail to Lindsay, follows the Scugog river for some distance and then takes the Victoria County Recreational corridor, which it follows to 2 kms past Burnt River.
At this point, the trail increasingly sees evidence of Canadian Shield country. The section ends in Moore Falls after 77 kilometres of very varied terrain. The first 50 kilometres are flat, which skirt here and there the Kawartha lakes. The next 20 kilometres are rugged, in shield country. The last 5 kilometres are again on country paths, from Buller road to Moore Falls. This section is suitable for novices.
Information provided by the Ganaraska Hiking Trail website.
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