Almaguin Highlands 

The Almaguin Highlands covers over 8000 sq km and lies between the District of Muskoka and North Bay from the north and south and between Algonquin Park to Parry Sound from the east to the west.

The Almaguin Highlands are the westerly extension of the Algonquin Highlands of Central Ontario and form part of the Canadian Shield geological formation. Almaguin is situated in the Eastern forest-boreal transition ecoregion, which is predominately mixed woodlands, while the topography is hilly and dotted with crags, and interspersed with hundreds of lakes and rivers.

Links

Almaguin Community Website

Almaguin Highlands Tourism

Almaguin Highlands Ontario

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