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Old Railway Bike Trail

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This is an abandoned rail line that runs from the Mew Lake campground to just east of the Rock Lake campground. It is fairly flat. There are lots of opportunities for wildlife viewing. Also interpretive locations explaining the railway''s history & it''s impact on Algonquin Park. Wide, smooth, well maintained and good for families.
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Trail Directions
From the West: Take Hwy. #60 from Huntsville to the Mew lake campground. Follow the signs thru the campground to the parking area. The large flat area was once used as a landing strip. From the East: Take Hwy. #60 from Whitney to the Rock Lake campground road. Follow the road thru the campground until you get to the parking area between the lake & the trailhead for the Booth's Rock walking trail.
Trail Length
11 Kilometers
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
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Zip/Postal Code
K0J 2M0
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Review Date
February 8, 2005

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Ridden Trail:
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Reviewed by: revrnd ,  Weekend Warrior

I rode the trail last Thanksgiving weekend. Saw a couple of families riding & some well equipped MTBers riding the trail. Fairly easy to ride as the surface is hard & the terrain flat. I didn't see any moose, but saw some cow & calf tracks. Did see some ducks in a creek & a great blue heron beside the trail @ the bridge @ the south end of Whitefish Lake.

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