‘Round Lake Huron: A Bicyclist’s Tour Guide
North on the Bruce Peninsula to Tobermory. Crossing Georgian Bay via the ferry. Along the way you’ve hiked the Bruce Trail; bicycled past the rock formations at Lion’s Head; and snorkeled among shipwrecks at Bruce Peninsula National Park.
The ferry takes you to Manitoulin Island. To ride on or to explore the Island’s bays, inlets and lakes is a hard decision to make. Eastwards you go, ‘round Georgian Bay. Stopping at Killarney Provincial Park for two days of canoeing. Onwards to Owen Sound crossing the Bruce Peninsula to the western shore of Lake Huron.
Resort towns and fine Parks to visit as you tour south bound to Sarnia. Crossing the Detroit River from Ontario into Michigan, north bound you go on Lake Huron's eastern shore, the sunrise coast!
Fine lighthouses and beaches of delight; through National and State forests you'll bicycle on lightly traveled rural roads.
A ferry transports you between St. Ignace on Michigan's Upper Peninsula to Mackinaw City on the Lower Peninsula. Perhaps you'll stop at Mackinac Island. No autos allowed here. A cyclist’s domain!
A route to Michigan's Drummond Island and then on to Sault Ste. Marie is provided as an alternative to traveling directly across the Upper Peninsula to Sault Ste. Marie.
Straight across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to Sault Ste. Marie. The Eisenhower Locks allow magnificent ships to traverse the grand Great Lakes. Along the crystal clear waters of Lake Huron’s north shore to the Manitoulin Island Ferry. You’ve made a figure 8, and accomplished over 2000 mi. (3200 km.) of great bicycling!
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