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7/24/11 11:21 A

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I like Cascades too, in Thunder Bay. I also enjoy a walk/run around Boulevard Lake.
The wonderful thing about Thunder Bay, is no matter where you turn, there is a wonderful place to go, within 10, 15, or 30 minutes.
I think I'll try to go out for hikes more often.
I recently tried kayaking and loved it. Now I need to find the money to buy one and get on the water as often as possibe - It was an entire body workout, let me tell you!
Cheers!

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7/12/11 8:31 P

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Thunder Bay has tons of trails, inside the city and lots of hiking trails in the parks and places surrounding it. I especially love Cascades Park, which has a nice loop for hiking and biking and you can walk out on the rocks to look at the water. Haven't been there this year though - kids... Also love Centennial Park, which has tons of stuff for the kids and a great network of trails.



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10/25/10 2:43 P

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I think that any place in Northern Ontario is beautiful! We are so very lucky to live in 'God's Country'... I'm particular to North Eastern Ontario (only because that's where I live)... I live in Connaught, a very small little village about 20 minutes outside of Timmins. I wouldn't go back to living in Southern Ontario for anything. I can walk out my front door and take a walk along the river or the lake... I'm surrounded by nature and wouldn't have it any other way!

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9/13/10 2:22 P

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There are some really fantastic trails in the Kenora area. I especially like the Vernon Trails down the MacKenzie Portage Rd and the trails on Tunnel Island. You have a choice of distance and terrain. Plus I find it a great way to take my kids out and let them run and not worry about traffic emoticon

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6/20/10 12:38 P

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I would have to say right here in Red Lake for me. We have enough hilly streets for a good cardio workout when walking :)

Teresa :)


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6/20/10 12:09 P

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Do you have a favourite place to walk, run, bike, etc in Northern Ontario? Tell us here!!

www.frenziedhaze.blogspot.com

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