Cows, cows, everywhere: cows. You’ll want to come prepared with water and snacks because the locals won’t have much to share with passers-by. Once you leave Stirling, it’s 47 kilometres until your next stop, and as with all small towns, timing is everything.
You’ll take the Trans-Canada Trail east for half a kilometre from the old train station, and after that, it’s country roads. Minto Road will chute you almost as far north as the route takes you, and then you’ll jog north-west on old farm roads through Springbrook and west toward the Trent River. The Trent Severn Waterway runs 386 kilometres from Lake Ontario to Lake Huron, passing through nine watersheds and taking boaters a full week to complete. Wheels make things a lot faster.
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