An 8km trail that follows the final segment of J.R. Booth’s railroad (to Depot Harbour). This historic route connects Rose Point, where a bridge passes over to Wasauksing First Nation and Depot Harbour, the terminus for the railroad, to Forest Hill, adjacent to Oastler Provincial Park.
Hike, bike, horseback ride, cross-country ski, or snowshoe on the trail and discover the nature and history surrounding it. On a warm sunny day, keep your eyes out for turtles basking in any of the wetlands along the trail.
Don’t forget to check the historic Wasauksing Swing Bridge near the trail. It was originally built in 1895 to provide rail access to Depot Harbour. This was replaced by the current structure in 1912.