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Bell Park is one of the main urban parks in the community of Sudbury. The park is located on the western shores of Ramsey Lake which is the second largest lake within the city limits of Sudbury, Ontario.
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York Street
Sudbury
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The highlight of the site is High Falls. The cascading waterfall measures - at its peak - 55 metres (150 ft.) and forms part of the Onaping River which eventually empties into the Sudbury Basin. In 1953 A.Y. Jackson (one of the "Group of Seven" artists) visited High Falls and created a painting.
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Highway #144
Dowling
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There is a well maintained, supervised sandy beach and a 5 kilometre walking trail. The walking trail loops around the lake (some would say pond) leading to viewing platforms & information signs.
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Municipal Road 24
Lively
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Moonlight Beach is an urban beach situated on the east end of Ramsey Lake. The beach is one of the more popular destinations in Sudbury for sunbathing and swimming during the summer months.
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Moonlight Road
Sudbury
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The Jim Gordon Walkway measures 2 kilometres long and follows the shores of Ramsey Lake. The trail connects Bell Park with the attraction named Science North. The recreation and sightseeing trail is paved with a section of boardwalk.
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Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury
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The Blueberry Hill Trail is a 1 kilometre loop hiking path which leads to 2 lookouts and a hilltop gazebo. The views from the hilltop gazebo are the highlights of the trek.
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Bancroft Street
Sudbury
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The 4.5 one-way kilometre trail is considered an easy-going, level recreation trail following the shores of Kelly Lake. Most of the trail follows a gravel and dirt path with some sections of boardwalk.
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Fielding Road
Sudbury
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The Oak Forest Trail measures about 2.0 kilometres long and, generally, follows a single-track, dirt and paved pathway along the shores of Minnow Lake before leading to elevated views overlooking the lake and city.
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Howey Road
Sudbury
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The Crack hiking trail is a hike found in the LaCloche mountain range in Killarney Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. Due to its rugged terrain, long distance, and steep incline, The Crack is said to be one of the most challenging hikes in the province.
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Ontario Highway #637
Killarney
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The conservation wetland area consists of 55+ kilometres of recreation trails popular for hiking, jogging and biking in the summer months and xc skiing & snowshoeing during the winter snow season.
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South Bay Road
Sudbury
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In 1907 Frederick le Roumanet Du Cail-laud commissioned a shrine in Sudbury, Ontario which was a replica of a famous attraction in France.The religious attraction is located on the top of a hill providing visitors a Catholic perspective unlike any other shrine in Canada.
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Van Horne Street
Sudbury
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