Waterfall and Scenic Lookouts Tour


Starting in the city of Thunder Bay, this 115 km (15 miles) route will take you up and around the city while giving you so many sights to see. From Thunder Bay and traveling along Highway 17 (TransCanada), you will take a left and head west on Highway 102 (Dawson Road), where you will cruise on an open road stretching to the Kaministiquia River. From there, you will turn back onto Highway 17 (TransCanada), bringing you down to the first Waterfall and lookout at Kakabeka Falls. Often referred to as the “Niagara Falls of the North,” this 40-meter (130-foot) natural wonder is breathtaking. After that, the route will take you further down Highway 11/17 (TransCanada) and onto the Fort William First Nation Reserve, where you can ride up the famous Mount McKay, coming to your second stop at its lookout. This picture-perfect view of the entire city of Thunder Bay from the clouds will be one you will never forget. While on Fort William First Nation, ride towards the waterfront to check out Chippewa Park, your third stop! From there, you can loop back into Thunder Bay, where the route closes.