The Agawa Canyon provides a range of adventures for trail seekers!
Fall Colors on the Agawa Canyon Train Tour are fantastically beautiful. Agawa Canyon is in the Canadian or Pre-Cambrian Shield, the oldest Mountain range in the world and from Sault Ste Marie to Agawa Canyon the train tour route is covered with a diverse hardwood forest that turns red, purple, gold and yellow in the fall from early September through mid October.
The once towering mountains higher than the Rocky Mountains were worn down over Billions of years and many ice ages to rolling hills of rugged but accessible beauty. The Canadian Shield is a basin-shaped shallow mountain range that extends from Northern Manitoba through Northern Ontario and Northern Quebec cradling the lower portion of Hudson's Bay and James Bay.
Many sections of the canyon offer rock climbing, ice climbing and rugged hiking experiences. Hook-up with a club before attempting these types of activities in the canyon.
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