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Difficulty: Hard

The Kabeyun Trail is located near Pass Lake in Ontario’s Superior Country. This is a 23 mile (37 km) point to point trail within Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. This is the longest trail within the park and is ideal for overnight back packing as well as shorter, day hikes. The trailhead begins at Thunder Bay Lookout, winds along the Lake Superior coast around the tip of the peninsula (the Sleeping Giant’s feet) and ends at the trailhead at Highway 587. Beaches and coves offer nice breaks along the way. The portion between the tip of the peninsula and Lehtinen’s Bay twists and turns over the boulders of a talus slope. This section is particularly slippery in wet weather. Bicycling is allowed on the section of trail from the trailhead to Lehtinen’s Bay. Be sure to bring plenty of water, sturdy hiking boots and a first aid kit. Leashed dogs allowed.

For a full list of hiking trails visit the Lake Superior Hiking Trails Blog

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