Dorset Scenic Lookout

The Scenic Look Out at Dorset is located just north of the community overlooking the Lake of Bays in the Muskoka/Haliburton region.  The site is famous for the Dorset Lookout Tower which offers one of the best panoramic views in the region.  The tower was built in 1967 and replaced the original fire tower which existed from 1922 until 1962.  This is a must see view!

More Info at algonquinhighlands.ca

Copyright: Robert Snache
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Taken: 04/10/2011
送信日: 05/10/2011
更新日: 26/08/2014


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