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  • 1 North Shore Lake Superior Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CDN - Thunder-Bay P7G 1P3

    This route passes several interesting features northeast of Thunder Bay.

  • 2 Fort William Historical Park Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    1350 King Rd. CDN - Thunder-Bay P7K 1L7

    Located on the Kaministikwia River, part of the trade route to the northwest, the fort of the great rendezvous has been superbly reconstructed. From the visitor centre, visitors can walk through the woods to the palisaded fort, which is almost a town..

  • 3 Hillcrest Park Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    High-St. (entre John-St. et Red-River Rd.) CDN - Thunder-Bay P7E 6S4

    Located on a cliff above Port Arthur, this park provides a good view of the port, elevators, ore dock and, in the distance, Sleeping Giant and the islands that close the harbour mouth. The park also features a Lake Superior Regiment memorial honoring..

  • 4 Mt. McKay Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Mountain Rd. CDN - Thunder-Bay

    This prominent flat-topped peak is the highest (488m/1,600ft) of the Norwester Chain. From a ledge 180m/600ft high, there is a fine view on clear days of the city, port and Sleeping Giant guarding the entrance to the harbour.

  • 5 Amethyst Mine

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    400 Victoria-Av. E. CDN - Thunder-Bay P7C 1A5

    Amethyst is found in many places along the north shore of Lake Superior. This open-pit mine is a rock hound's delight as pieces of the purple quartz can be collected (charge per pound) and polished stones purchased.

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