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Devil's Lake to Victoria Bridge - Ganaraska Hiking Trail

DO NOT GO alone into the Wilderness, even if you know what to do if you encounter a black bear. Attach bells onto your pack to let bears know you are coming, so you don't surprise them. The Ganarsaka Hiking Trail Wildands Wilderness Section mainly runs through the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park.

Due to the relative remoteness of the Wilderness terrain, any person who is ALLERGIC to insect bites or stings, or who has any other allergic condition should at all times carry an epipen or other source of injectable adrenalin, and should mention the condition and the location of the epipen to a trusted person on the hike

Directions: This can be reached by going about 6 kms along the Deep Bay Road (County Road 2) north of Moore Falls, and then turning left on to the Devil’s Lake road. There is ample parking at the landing at Devil’s Lake.

Information provided by the Ganaraska Hiking trail website.

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