Travel southwest to Sault Ste. Marie – a city at the heart of three Great Lakes. Get a sense of the area’s pioneering spirit at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre. Surrounded by untamed wilderness, “The Soo” makes an ideal starting point for local outdoor excursions and eco-adventures. Board the Agawa Canyon Tour Train for a trip alongside unspoiled northern lakes, awe-inspiring granite rock formations and vast mixed forests of the Canadian Shield. The train operates from late June to early October; fall is one of the best times to visit, when the forest is ablaze with colour. See the sites where Ontario’s famous Group of Seven artists painted their vibrant landscapes.
Follow the shoreline of Lake Superior from Sault Ste. Marie, a route full of breathtaking scenery. As you drive along the coastline, explore scenic provincial and national parks. Try stand-up paddling or enjoy a sea-kayaking adventure on Lake Superior and discover ancient Ojibway pictographs. Hike the spectacular Coastal Trail in Lake Superior Provincial Park and paddle along the shoreline in Pukaskwa National Park. Witness striking sunsets over the world’s largest freshwater lake. Companies such as Naturally Superior Adventures provide guided options.
Sault Ste. Marie Ontario is the gateway city to Algoma Country and is easily accessible by driving or flying.
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Bordered by two of the greatest Great Lakes, Superior and Huron and surrounded by epic views, superb touring routes and all of the attributes that the nature has to offer.
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