|Peck Lake Trail Graphite Field Sketch 1998|
There are many hiking trails accessible from Hwy 60, commonly known as the Corridor, such as the Whiskey Rapids Trail – at KM 7.2, Hardwood Lookout Trail – at KM 13.8, Mizzy Lake Trail – at KM 15.4, Peck Lake Trail – at KM 19.2, Track and Tower Trail – at KM 25, Hemlock Bluff Trail – at KM 27.2, Bat Lake Trail – at KM 30, Two Rivers Trail – at KM 31, Lookout Trail – at KM 39.7, Booth’s Rock Trail – at KM 40.3, Tall Pines Trail – at KM 40.3, Spruce Bog Boardwalk – at KM 42.5, Beaver Pond Trail – at KM 45.2 , as well as back packing and bike trails. Over the years we’ve hiked all of the hiking trails several times and on each occasion it’s felt like our first time as we’re continually making new discoveries. In addition to marveling at the landscape and making many sketches we’ve had many encounters with the fauna that make Algonquin their home. We’ve had encounters with moose, black bears, fox, beaver, otters, as well as enjoying many hours of birdwatching. All in all, the Highway Corridor and its many trails, offer a lifetime of discovery.
Whitefish Lake - View From Centennial Ridge Trail Graphite Drawing
Smoke Lake - View From Hardwood Lookout Trail Pen and Ink Study
Exposed Roots - Hemlock Bluff Trail Graphite Drawing
Island - Provoking Lake Ink Sketch
Provoking Lake is accessed from the Highlands Backpacking Trail.
View from the Highlands Backpacking Trail
Pen and Ink Field Sketch
Madawaska River Pen & Ink Sketch on beige paper
Cache Lake - View From Track and Tower Trail Graphite Field Sketch
View North From The Lookout Trail Graphite Drawing 2013