Agawa Canyon Tour Train
Vistas so mesmerizing that they inspired the Group of Seven nearly 100 years ago surround the Agawa Canyon Tour Train tracks. This rail line is based out of Sault Ste. Marie in Ontario, Canada, and follows a scenic 114-mile course through the north country landscape to Agawa Canyon. Each mile is filled with splendor; every turn in the track steeped in history and natural beauty. In operation since 1972, this dedicated sightseeing train has been riders' key to serene landscapes and beautiful views for nearly 50 years.
The Agawa Canyon Tour Train departs daily between early June and late October from its station in Sault Ste. Marie at 8:00 a.m. Travelers may peruse the depot's gift shop before boarding the train and settling in for their adventure. All guests sit in plush side-by-side seats near oversized tinted windows. Forward-facing seats with fold-down trays sit aside bays of four in which groups can enjoy conversation and each other's company while the route unfolds. The train winds through deciduous forests and past sparkling lakes, crossing several trestles as well as the Montreal River before plunging into the incredible Agawa Canyon. Guests disembark at Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park for an hour and a half of explorations before the scenic return journey to Sault Ste. Marie. A full day of wondrous sights and great memories await on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train.