Sudbury

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Sudbury is a mining town of 150.000 inhabitants in Ontario, Canada. The city is located at the junction of the TransCanada Highway 17 and the Highway 69/400 coming from Toronto.

The city is famous for its Nickel Mining and one major local attraction is the Giant Nickel 5cents, which is located on the western side of the city (near Route 55 and Lorne Street).


West to Sault Ste. Marie

From Sudbury get to any entrance of the Trans Canada Highway. Sudbury is very spread out with few buses so walk/hitch to the closest entrance. Hitchhiking to Sault Ste. Marie in the winter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSqKOsjVETs

From Downtown where the train station is, it's easiest to walk down Elgin Street and then Lorne.

East to North Bay

There is a spot next to the onramp at the intersection of the Highway 17 with the 55. Plenty of room for cars to stop.

South to Parry Sound, Barrie and Toronto

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