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The farmers’ market is filled with charming and tasty treasures. Main Street, Kenora is lined with unique shops and restaurants.


trails are not just for summer use. You will find people enjoying our well-maintained trails in every season. In fact, the Kenora Nordic trails, Minaki and Vernon Nature trails become groomed cross-country ski trails in the winter and double as moderate walking trails in the spring, summer and fall. Each season offers up its own beauty. Tunnel Island trail is located in the heart of Kenora; this is


the must-do trail in our area. Tunnel Island is the largest island located at the meeting point of Lake of the Woods and the Win- nipeg River, an area rich in voyageur and trading history. Well- known as a gathering place with over 8,000 years of history, the island has many stories to tell. Te land was gifted to the Com- mon Ground partnership between the City of Kenora, Grand Council Treaty #3 and the communities of Wauzushk onigum, Ochiichagwe’Babigo’Ining and Obashkaandagaang. Hidden


along the trails are spectacular look-outs with breathtaking views. Tis heritage trail is a special place to visit for solitude and reflection in the middle of our busy community. Along all of our regional and urban trails, trail users should not be surprised to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Eagles, pelicans, deer and fox are common sights. Our trails are well- marked, and walking guides, difficulty ratings and maps are all available for you at the Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre. After a day on the trails, Kenora offers top-notch dining and


accommodation options that will leave you refreshed and ready to do more exploring the next day. Don’t forget to take a stroll through our downtown to discover some of the quaint and fun shops that offer items that cannot be found anywhere else. Visitors looking for more information can e-mail tourism@ kenora.ca, or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Winter is a wonderful time to take a stroll on Tunnel Island trail.


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