By visiting the Forest, you will have the opportunity to enjoy numerous popular outdoor activities year-round, ranging from hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing and much more. Larose Forest was initiated in 1928 when agronomist, Ferdinand Larose, undertook a conifer plantation on lands that were abandoned due to soil erosion. More than 18 millions trees have been planted making it the second largest community forest in Ontario. The Forest shelters a wide variety of wildlife from small chickadee to the majestic moose. It also contains a beautiful variety of wild flowers and mushrooms.
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Google Maps Link : Larose Forest – Limoges access point P1 & P7Discover the current trail conditions here