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Algonquin Trail

Algonquin Trail

The Algonquin Trail is an Ontario Tourist Route, starting at the Highway 35/115 interchange with Highway 401 (Exit 436) in Newcastle, Ontario (in the Municipality of Clarington, Ontario.

Upon the Highway 35/115 split, the Algonquin Trail follows Highway 35 into Lindsay, Ontario, along a brief concurrency with Highway 7. It continues through the towns of Fenelon Falls, Ontario, Coboconk, Ontario, Carnarvon, Ontario, and Dorset, Ontario, to its northern terminus with Highway 60. The trail turns eastbound, through the Algonquin Provincial Park along Highawy 60, to Highway 41. Once at Highway 41, the trail turns south along that road, through the town of Eganville, Ontario, down along Highway 41 towards its southern terminus with Highway 7.

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