Niagara Escarpment SideRoads: Orangeville to Bruce Peninsula, 2nd Edition
(SideRoad GuideBooks 4)
Written by Peter DeMille and David Rawcliffe.
Published by RawMille Publications, 2008.
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Each GuideBook includes pictures and tourist information about the countryside travelled through. While all tours start and finish in towns or at major intersections, you decide whether to complete the suggested tour in one day or do only part of the journey.
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Table of Contents:
This roughly 225 km route goes north from Orangeville using some little used roads. There are short turn suggestions. It has numerous hills as it crosses the valleys of five tributaries of the Nottawasaga river; these are the Boyne, Pine, Noisy, Madd and Pretty rivers. In several places there are crevasse caves. The Bruce Trail follows a similar route. The hiking is wilder than in Book 3 as the parks and Conservation Areas are not so well developed. A major extension from Collingwood goes to Owen Sound and Wiarton. This excursion has numerous waterfalls along the way.
SideRoad GuideBooks series:
Hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine East: Aurora to the Ganaraska Forest
Hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine West: Aurora to the Forks of the Credit
Niagara Escarpment SideRoads: Orangeville to Hamilton
SideRoads to Cottage Country: Simcoe, Kawarthas, Haliburton, Muskoka, Huronia
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