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2016 Travel Guide to Canada

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Algonquin Provincial Park TORONTO OTTAWA OWL Rafting Calabogie Peaks Resort Madawaska Kanu Centre Haliburton Forest Bancroft Mineral Museum Princess Sodalite Mine Rock Shop Silent Lake Provincial Park Lake St. Peter Provincial Park Rideau Heritage Route CALABOGIE Lake Ontario Rice Lake Madawaska EGANVILLE Princess Sodalite Mine Rock Shop Bonnechere Caves Bancroft Mineral Museum Murphys Point Provincial Park Bon Echo Provincial Park O t t a w a R i v e r M a da w a ska R i ve r Rideau Canal Bark Lake Leadership Centre Fulton's Pancake House Yours Outdoors BANCROFT Sunny Rock B&B Elmhirst's Resort The Canadian Canoe Museum The Canadian PETERBOROUGH Algonquin Way Algonquin Way Murphys Point Aboriginal Experiences Aboriginal The TROUT The Deakins B&B Best Western Pembroke Inn BARRY'S BAY GOLDEN LAKE PAKENHAM PERTH HALIBURTON MINDEN Beryl Pit and Rose Quartz Quarry CALABOGIE Beryl Pit and Rose Quartz Quarry Yours Outdoors The Deakins Bonnechere Provincial Park w PEMBROKE COBDEN Charleston Lake Provincial Park DISCOVER NATURAL TREASURES Alternatively, you can explore this region along the Wonders of Our Earth route. Start at the Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve, an Ontario Signature Experience - OSE, where you can thrill to the howl of the wild at the Wolf Centre or take a treetop canopy walk ( ). The renowned Bark Lake Leadership Centre provides outdoor educational and leadership programs for all ages and group sizes (www. ). And Yours Outdoors, yet another OSE, offers Haliburton Rocks!— guided tours that give you a chance to discover hidden gems and learn about the region's unique geology ( ). Hunt for ancient fossils at Bonnechere Caves ( ) or visit an early 1900's mica mine at Murphys Point Provincial Park ( park/murphyspoint ). The park is part of the Rideau Heritage Route, which parallels the Rideau Canal from Ottawa to Kingston ( ). Beyond geology, you can learn about maple syrup production at Fulton's Pancake House and Sugar Bush ( ) and enjoy the four-season playground at Calabogie Peaks Resort ( ). Accommodations along both routes include charming bed and breakfasts, such as The Deakins on Mountainview B&B (www.deakinbandb. com ) and the Sunny Rock B&B (www.sunny ), as well as larger properties, such as the Best Western Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre ( ). With so much to see and do, one thing is certain, you'll wish you could stay longer. oWL raftinG on tHe ottaWa riVer More inforMation Ontario's Highlands ( Lanark County ( Haliburton County ( Ottawa Valley Tourist Association ( The Rural Overland Utility Transit— TROUT (

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