Journeys in ancient and old growth forests

Wolf Lake

Wolf Lake is the world's largest remaining old-growth red pine forest, with trees up to 300 years old growing on the shores of clear, aquamarine lakes.

Ontario Old-Growth Forests

A Guidebook complete with history, ecology and maps. Learn how to get to 59 old growth forests throughout Ontario.

Old Trees

Trees in Ontario can live to be over 1,300 years old. Learn about old trees in Ontario and elsewhere in North America.

Trail guides

Ontario’s old-growth forests: a guidebook complete with history, ecology, and maps

This guidebook includes trail and canoe access information for 59 old-growth forests throughout the province. It also has detailed history and ecology information, essays written by various experts. It is the definitive guide to Ontario’s old-growth forests. Buy Ontario’s Old-Growth Forests on

A Guide to the Blueberry Lake Ecology Trails

A guide to the canoe-access trails of Blueberry Lake, which is only a 2-hour paddle from the town of Temagami. The trails explore old-growth of several forest types, as well as a 20-year-old surface fire in a red and white pine forest.

White Bear Forest Trail Guide 

The White Bear Forest Trail System, which is accessible from the town of Temagami, offers many hikes to outdoor enthusiasts of all levels.