LAND OF NIPIGON

TRAILS

The Land of Nipigon has official and unofficial trails of all lengths and difficulties. From a simple stroll around the Nipigon Marina to a 50km overnight hike along Lake Superior on the Casque Isle Trail system.

 

Land of Nipigon Trails

Short leg stretching walks, overnight hikes along Lake Superior. We have trails of many different skill levels, lengths and terrains. 

Want a little more adventure? we have thousands of miles of forest roads waiting for your ATV and snow machine traffic, many small unmarked trails (use at your own risk) and tons of opportunity to get out there.

OFFICIAL TRAILS

NIPIGON / RED ROCK AREA TRAILS

NIPIGON RIVER RECREATIONAL, BALD SPOT, CREW, DEER LAKE MOUNTAIN, RED ROCK MOUNTAIN, BRIDGE TRAIL, RENDEZVOUS SKI TRAILS

KAMA AREA TRAILS

MAZUKAMA FALLS, KAMA CLIFFS

CASQUE ISLE TRAIL SYSTEM

MULTIPLE SECTIONS FROM ROSSPORT TO TERRACE BAY ALONG THE LAKE SUPERIOR COAST.

The Map below is in testing mode. Local information, points of interest, trails and more is being added and functionality with descriptions and more is being developed actively.  

Trails

Featured Downloads

Nipigon area Trails

GPS Enabled Smartphone map of Nipigon and Red Rock areas and official trails.

Casque Isle Trails

GPS Enabled Rossport, Schreiber, Terrace Bay and Casque Isle Trail.

Kama Bay Trails

GPS Enabled Smartmap of Kama bay area and trails.

2020 Land of Nipigon Adventure Guide

The 2020 printed version of the Land of Nipigon will be available for shipping to US and Canada in January 2020.

The cost will be set at $10 including shipping.

If you would like to reserve your copy email glenn@nipigon.com

 

Land of Nipigon Travelers Map

GPS Enabled Smartmap (Requires Avenza Offline Map App) PDF downloadable Version of the Land of Nipigon. Complete with fishing locations, things to do, things to see.

Like our official trails?

We also have…

ATV/Snowmachine Trails

We have thousands of miles of logging roads, forest access roads and old trails waiting to be explored.

Canoe/Kayak Trails

Rivers, Lakes, backwoods and in town opportunities.

Unofficial trails

There are many more trails (use at your own risk).

Climbing/Ice Climbing

An active rock and ice climbing community in the area.

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