This trail uses the traveled portion of Skeleton Lake Road #1 and follows the unimproved old right-of-way through the bush to Skeleton Lake Road #2.
The Raymond Trail follows the historic colonization route from the old Parry Sound Road to Skeleton Lake. In places, the logs of the Corduroy Road are still visible, laid down to help settlers over the boggy sections.
The route bypasses a large gravel pit and an abandoned hunt camp, ending at Skeleton Lake Road #2. At this point, hikers have the choice of returning the way they came, or traveling a similar distance along Road #2 to Highway 141 and back to the starting point.
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