The Corridor Trail starts at the Trail Centre and goes north to Big Salmon Lake. It parallels the Big Salmon Lake Road and leads to other loops. In winter, it becomes a popular cross-country ski trail. Officially, Frontenac Provincial Park has approximately 160 km of trails.
The staff arrived at this figure by counting the total distance of every loop and adding how far the trail-heads are from the Trail Centre. This number is not the same as saying how many distinct kilometres of trails there are Frontenac Park because some loops have common segments.
Although the distances from the Trail Centre are included, it is not necessary to start each hike from the Trail Centre. From late spring to late fall, the Big Salmon Lake Road is open allowing you to drive and park your car (Big Salmon Lake and Arab Lake parking lots) close to where many loops start.
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