During the summer months we will be offering a guided hike to one of the following trails for all those who are interested. If you would like additional information on any of the hiking trails below please feel free to ask us when you are here or email us ahead of time. Voyageur Trail
The Voyageur Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail and runs from Spanish to Sault Ste. Marie with accessable portions reaching as far as Nipigon. This trail is one of the most scenic and rugged trail systems in Ontario and offers a unique wilderness experience for the day hiker or backpacker.
For those avid hikers or for those who are looking for a nice scenic adventure we can tell you how to find the trail and even provide you with a guidebook. The trail system cross highway 129 and runs both east and west from Thessalon.
Dam Lake Trail
This trail leaves right from Wakomata and is a 8km looped trail around Dam Lake. Once used as a logging road this trail is nice and wide and suitable for just about everyone. At a leisurely pace this trail can be hiked in 2 to 2 ½ hours and is fun for the whole family.
A system of hiking trails that will lead you through a variety of forest flora with a variety of ecosystems experience while hiking this trail. You will walk amongst old growth hemlock, through mixed hardwood and in stands of red and white pine. You will see a variety of wild plants and mosses and if you look closely you may see some of the creatures that live here. Starting right at Limberlost Lodge you can follow the well marked trails and learn about the things you will see from the interpretative signage. Pack a lunch and follow the trail to Harten Lake and you may be rewarded with the sight of a moose.
Tunnel Lake Trail
Starting near Wakomata Shores Resort this trail leads to Tunnel Lake Trading post and is used in the winter by snowmobilers to connect to the main snowmobile trails.
Rock Candy Mountain Cumming Lake
This trail starts near Tunnel Lake Trading Post and leads to a rock outcropping overlooking Cumming Lake.
Snowshoe Creek Loop
Directly across Hwy 129 from the entrance to The Resort is a trail leading to the Mississagi River where Snow shoe creek flows into the river a very pristine scene.
Have you ever sat in a natural whirlpool? You can hike or drive to Crystal Falls and sit in a natural rock formation below the falls which makes a perfect whirlpool.
There are numerous old logging roads and trails throughout the area which many of our guests have enjoyed exploring .
Driving Tours – Drive and Hike
There are numerous natural attractions with in close driving distance of the Resort including;
Pig Pen Chutes – Mississagi River
Aubrey Falls (Aubrey Provincial Park) See the 175 ft Aubrey Dam
Deer Trail to Elliot Lake