The Umfreville Trail is a Historic Recreational Trail that links the Travel Information Centre with the Umfreville Park Historic Site. The Trail provides safe pedestrian and cycling access and links to the Northern Ontario Snowmobile Trail and the Trans Canada Trail.
The Trail is a 6 foot wide asphalt path providing accessibility for bikes, wheelchairs and rollerblades along with walkers and joggers. During the winter months skiers will also be able to use the trail.
Umfreville Trail starts at Tourist Information Centre and runs along Hwy #72 to Abram Lake Park. Trail is designed for use by all age groups and user types. Trails used for walking and jogging in the summer and skiing in the winter include the Hilly Trail, Birch Trail, and Oslund Trail. Entrances to the trails are located at the Cedar Bay Parking Lot, the Curling Club and near the Zone Hospital.
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