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South Temiskaming

The South Temiskaming Active Travel Organization (STATO) was formed as a result of community members' interest in promotion and development of an active participative transportation routes through the City of Temiskaming Shores hi-lighting the waterfront.

The purpose of STATO is to develop, manage, preserve and promote a system of integrated, year-round, activity trails in South Temiskaming for non-motorized public use. This would see the development and managment of a trail system in Temiskaming Shores connecting Dymond, New Liskeard and Haileybury.

There are a number of trails in the area that offer scenic and safe routes for nature enthusiasts. Bird Watching - The Casey and Hilliarton Marshes allow bird watchers to view many different species of birds and wildlife in their natural habitat.

With many scenic trails and quiet back roads, horse enthusiasts will have no trouble finding safe areas to ride in. There are boarding and schooling stables in the area which offer lessons and clinics for the beginner and advanced riders. Two local horse clubs provide the opportunity to compete in both English and Western Events.

With a four month winter season, a wide variety of well maintained trails and incredible scenery this is the place to snowmachine. The Tri-Town Sno Travelers (TTST), a dedicated group made up of 6 neighboring communities, maintain 129 km of top trails and 186 km of local trails.

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