I have stayed at the Quality Inn and the Econo Lodge and both have big parking areas. Check with the front desk and the ladies will tell you where you can park. Fuel is just across the road at the Husky station and the trail is right there.
Thanks for the help guys, the Waterfront was perfect. Parked there and headed to Cochrane for the night. Up to the Abitibi for some $2/L gas then down to Timmins for the night. Back to New Liskeard the next day. Drove down to Bracebride and took a short run Mon morning up to my cottage by Sprucedale.
Absolutely great trip until the drive home yesterday. 5 hrs stuck on the 400 and more road closures on the way home. Over 12hrs to get home last night. Made for a long damn day of me dragging my ### around work today.
Actually, while there was not a lot of snow, the trails were fine. There was some fresh snow, that actually made the trail hard to even find on the way north. When we came back they were groomed and in good shape, although a mild day will take its toll pretty fast. I can't say we had any bad trails, just some with a lot of fresh powder, that made them a little loose, but overall nice.
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