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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

    Museums and art

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

    This magnificently reconstructed fort is located by the Kaministikwia River, on the trade route to the northwest. From the visitor's centre, a path leads through the woods to the stockade, which used to protect this small well-organised town. Some 42..

  • 3 Hillcrest Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    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.

  • 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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