The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is a 44 kms linear trail that travels east to west between Peterborough County and Region of Durham. This unique four season route of historic and cultural heritage links communities, parkland, farmland and the natural environment by providing opportunities for nature appreciation and interpretation, hiking, walking, cycling, horseback riding and snowmobiling, and preserves the corridor for present and future generations.
The eastern section of the new trail starts just south of the hamlet of Manilla on Simcoe street just south of Highway 7 (20kms west of Lindsay) and stretches to just east of Peterborough on Hwy 7. A great series of detailed maps is available for download here: http://www.kawarthatranscanadatrail.ca/map/downloads.html
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Information provided by the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail website.
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