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Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Indian Fare at Rasoi

These are North Indian hot (both ways) appetizers served up in an adorable cart. I love it when you eat in a restaurant where you wind up with a collage of ethnic flavors which highlight Canada as a wonderful kaleidoscope of people. The butter chicken poutine says it all – east meets west in Sault Ste. Marie at Rasoi. In Hindi that name means kitchen, and the northern Indian fare here comes straight from home traditions.
https://www.rasoiindiankitchen.ca/

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Local Beer and Charcuterie = Yum

The rustic atmosphere at Broers Jansen lends a laid back feel to this place. The charcuterie platter was heaped with variety which paired so well with local Sault Ste. Marie beers.  https://www.broersjansen.com/

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Black Beaver Falls

At the Agawa Canyon Park, the River Trail will take you to these high roaring Black Beaver Waterfalls. Wooden viewing platforms make it all easy and enjoyable.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Bridal Veil Falls in Agawa Canyon

At the end of the Agawa Canyon train ride, there are easy trail walks. Here the Bridal Veil Falls make for nice photography with reflections in the lake.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Picnic Tables at Agawa Canyon Park

If you want to get away from the crowds, here are 2 picnic tables for you in Agawa Canyon Park. Take the train ride up from Sault Ste. Marie and enjoy the peace and quiet.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Agawa Canyon Park Waterfalls

Here we are eager beavers at Black Beaver Falls. We didn’t see beavers or otters, mallard ducks or merganser ducks which all like to hang out here. But we did see roaring falls.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Agawa Canyon Park

After 3 relaxing hours, when you get off the Agawa Canyon train at mile 114, you have opportunities for walks on 3 trails, The Talus Trail, the River Trail or this one: The Lookout Trail goes up 320 wooden steps to panoramic views of the canyon. 

Canada: Agawa Canyon, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Agawa Canyon Tour Train Arrives

After the 114-mile train journey through forests, passing lakes and rivers, you descend 500 feet down the canyon wall for 10 miles to the floor of the canyon. You have a chance to get out and explore the Agawa Canyon Park.

 

Canada: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario – Agawa Canyon Tour Train

This 114-mile Agawa Canyon Tour Train leaves from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. As the city and your stresses fade away, you experience Northern Ontario wilderness.

Canada: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario – Traversing Canadian Locks

The Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site’s lock system was completed in 1895 and at the time was part of the world’s longest lock. It was the first to operate with electrical power electricity generated on site in a powerhouse. It was also the first to use an emergency swing bridge dam to protect the lock in case of emergency. Since 1998 the lock has been use for recreational vehicle use only – and is Free to go through.