Province - State: Ontario

Highways Taken:
WE took the highway 17 or the trans Canada highway as it is commonly known..

Accommodation:
There were numerous places to stay on this 1200km ride and you will find yourself staying a couple nights on this route. We stayed in Dryden at the town and country motel and in Marathon at the marathon harbor inn motel, they averaged less than $100, the motel in Marathon was great and the motel in Dryden was okay, just a little older..both were clean...and warm..

Favorite Restaurant / Pub / Place to stop?:
Nothing real special worth mentioning on this ride..

Fuel readily available?:
There is fuel readily available along the route..in most towns and cities..

Road conditions: Good

Hazards: Animals, Construction, Minimal

Scenery: Get your camera ready!

How many years have you been riding?: 15+ yrs

Services: Gas Available, Repair shop, Restrooms, Clothing/Accessories

Overall: Great

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If you have no inclination on how large Canada is, this epic motorcycle ride will enlighten you, your senses and your gas tank on how big Canada and more specifically Ontario actually is.

Located in what is known as northern Ontario, this route of almost 1200km’s will take through the Canadian shield where your throttle hand may just get a little tired as you roll through one long sweeping corner after another. If riding roads that wind, twist and turn through rock cuts, follow along majestic shorelines and run parallel through towering canopies of forest are your thing…Then this ride was made for you...Known as one of the most scenic rides in Canada, the stretch along the massive Lake Superior from Wawa to Sault St. Marie will leave you breathless..

Lake Superior-Kenora
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