Algoma Highlands Conservancy



The Algoma Highlands Conservancy (AHC) was formed in 1992 as a community-based, non-profit volunteer organization. Our goal is conserving and enhancing access to the unique natural beauty and panoramas that are characteristic of the highlands region. The Conservancy currently owns more than 1200 ha (3000 acres), including King Mountain and the Robertson Lake Cliffs, which are now maintained as a conservation forest for protecting species of animals and plants at risk and providing opportunities for low-impact outdoor recreation and environmental education. Through our own efforts, as well as our partnerships with Stokely Creek Lodge (SCL), the Voyageaur Trail Association, and the Sault Cycling Club, we continue to support and maintain an outstanding array of cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, hiking, and mountain biking trails that provide unparalleled opportunities for outdoor adventures through all four seasons.