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Where Robin Hood meets Little John
Canada

The bridge is where Robin Hood Lake flows into Little John Lake. The bridge is to allow ATV and snowmobiles to get across when the water is higher. The hiking and ATV trail to Turtle mountain starts here. To get to here take a 30 minute ride down a dirt road from route 177. To get to Turtle mountain is another 7 km, mostly uphill.

Copyright: Jim Watters
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Upplösning: 8400x4200
Uppladdad: 05/09/2012
Uppdaterad: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new brunswick; turtle mountain; trail; hiking; atv; lake; walking; geocaching; robin hood; little john
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