Callander Trans Canada Trail


Discovery Routes


Discovery Routes developed a 9.8 km section of the Trans Canada Trail in the southwest corner of the Municipality of Callander. The project was a major undertaking as it involved a variety of terrain in a remote, rural setting.  It took more than 5 years to plan, develop and build the Trail.  The project was made possible with the support of numerous community partners and volunteers as well as financial support from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and the Trans Canada Trail Foundation. Today, the much of the trail forms part of the official OFSC designated snowmobile trail network maintained by the South Shore/ Restoule Snowmobile Club.

Ownership Municipality of Callander/ Crown Land
Management South Shore/ Restoule Snowmobile Club
Length 9.8 km
Activities Cross-Country Skiing, Fat Biking, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing
Amenities Backcountry, Parking
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Level of Development Minimally Developed
Surface Natural, Various Terrain
Seasons All Season

Rules for Use

  • Respect Private Property
  • Hunters may be present during the season


Pinecreek South entrance: From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, take HWY 11 southeast for 14.7 km (9.1 mi). Take the Lake Nosbonsing/HWY 654 exit. Turn right at Lake Nosbonsing Road/HWY 654. Turn left at Pinecreek Road South.

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The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.