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Sledding Around Bancroft in Ontario's Highlands

Sledding Around Bancroft in Ontario's Highlands

Where to stay, eat, fuel up and ride #ontariosnowtrails between Bancroft and Apsley



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Day One:

At Bancroft on B106E south to E west to morning break in Coe Hill.  Fuel up at Coe Hill Country Market, coffee at either Hideaway Grill or Coe Hill Country Kitchen.  Continue west on E to E107 south to Apsley for lunch at Sandman Inn Restaurant, fuel available at Stephen's & McDonald Service Centre.  After lunch take E107 north to E.  When you get to Harcourt on E fill up with fuel.  Continue on E to 626 to 620 to Martin Wood Resort (accommodations).

Day Two:
Leave Martin Wood Resort going north on E109 to Lake St. Peter for lunch at Porterville Diner.  Continue on E109 to B106E south back to Bancroft.

Accommodations:

Harcourt  
Martin Wood Resort

Fuel: Available at Canadian Tire Gas (Bancroft) 

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