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Centennial Ridges Trail Trail

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Description

Centennial Ridges Trail is a very demanding 10.4 km loop trail that affords spectacular viewing along two high ridges. The guide discusses contributions of selected people to the Park over its first century.

Length

10.4 km loop

Location Location

Centennial Ridges Trail is located at km 37.6 of Highway 60, with secondary access also from the Coon Lake Campground. Latitude/Longitude: 45.556381°, -78.420026° Visitors wishing to hike this trail in winter must park at the closed and locked gate at Centennial Ridges Road and Highway 60 adding about 2 km (one-way) to the hiking experience.


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Theme

Historic Figures of Algonquin

Features & Amenities

  • Danger Fall Danger Scenic lookouts
  • High ridges
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Trail Guide

    Centennial Ridges Trail Guide

    Rules and Regulations

    Protecting Visitors

    Fees

    A valid Park permit is required for trail use.

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