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King Mountain / Bellevue Valley

King Mountain at 574 metres (1,883 feet) attains one of the highest elevations along the Gitchee Gumee Trail North. The high annual snowfall together with the variety of slope and vertical elevations have made this location an important area for year round sport activities. Hiking and mountain biking opportunities abound in this area.

Outdoor enthusiasts can travel north from Algoma's Water Tower Inn & Suites to Stokely Creek Lodge and enjoy a day of cross country skiing on the 120 kilometres (75 miles) of trails throughout King Mountain.  At other times of the year, hikers can access the Voyageur Trail hiking trails.

Mountain Biking

The Stokely Creek Ski Touring Centre/Algoma Highlands Conservancy area is available for use in the summer by mountain bikes. Permission can be obtained by contacting staff at the Stokely Creek Lodge.

Hiking

The Voyageur Trail Association's hiking trail to the Robertson Cliff area is recommended in this area. The climb to the scenic cliff lookout is steep but well worth the effort. For those who are fit and interested, the visitor can do the entire Stokely Section of the trail. Before leaving Algoma's Water Tower Inn, maps and hiking advice should be obtained.

Canoeing

Goulais River is recognized as a canoe route and can be travelled from the headwaters north of Searchmont area to the mouth on Lake Superior. For a scenic lake experience, exploring Robertson Lake is recommended.

ATVing

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.

Snowmobiling

Access through this area is provided by the Sault Trailblazers Snowmobile Club's TOPS D trail. An Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) snowmobile permit is required. This trail segment varies in topography with both hill and lowland sledding. View the spectacular Robertson Cliffs. Both private and Crown lands are encountered.

Cross Country Skiing

This is the home of the Stokely Creek cross-country ski facility, one of eastern North American's premier nordic ski locations.

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