Tour The Land Between with Land Stories
Discover the rare and special species and spaces in The Land Between. Explore First Nation world views, collective histories, ghost towns, geology, habitats, harbours, travel routes, and trails. Uncover hidden treasures. Journey with the experts. Be inspired. Visit our Land Stories Page for an interactive map!
To complement the App driving routes can be taken from Mazinaw to Georgian Bay, and heading north, including:
- Hwy 507 or 35: See the contact zone of granite and limestone that is highly visible as you head along the north-south between Haliburton and CKL or Peterborough.
- Highway 28 along Eels Creek and County Road 36 through Burleigh Falls offer picturesque journeys from the limestone flats to undulating granite ridges.
- Eastern Highway 7 between Marmora or Madoc and Kaladar illustrate the rapid and repeating changes from barren to wetland and forest to lake. Meandering streams, hidden wetlands, barrens and erratic rocks appear in undulating patterns.
The Land Between extends across central Ontario from the Frontenac Arch in the east to Georgian Bay and Southern Parry Sound. It skirts the Algonquin Dome spanning across 9 counties in the highlands, and found just north of Highway 7.