Explore backcountry access trails to enjoy Algoma's wilderness attractions. Discover scenic remote locations; cross rugged uplands; access interior lakes and rivers; and explore new territories!
|Gitchee Gumee Trail|
Resource access roads like the Tribag Mine and Carp Lake roads provide opportunities for exploring the rugged inland interior of the Gitchee Gumee coastal area.
|King Mountain / Bellevue Valley|
Resource access roads connecting the Robertson Lake Road provide access to the backcountry. For these routes, good topographic maps are a must. Many ATVers also find GPS units very helpful in unfamilar country. ATV tour guides might also be considered for first time visitors to this area. ATV routes are identified on the Trailhead map.
Here resource access roads can be used by ATVers to explore this back-country area. Good topographic maps and ATV guides might be considered. Also look for ATV routes on the Trailhead map.
|Echo Bay/Sylvan Valley|
Resource access roads north of Highways 638 and off of Highway 670 provide access routes for ATVers. Good topographic maps are needed.
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