Travel Ontario Lake in Canada and USA

There are five of the Great Lakes. Only one of them, Lake Michigan is entirely within the borders of the United States. The other four Great Lakes, Lake Superior, Huron, Erie and Lake Ontario, they form the bulk of the southern border of the Canadian province of Ontario. Also part of the northern boundaries of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin, and Minnesota's eastern border.
These inland seas were formed during the Ice Age recent land. Officially called the Pleistocene Epoch, Ice Age began 1.6 million years and ended only 10,000 years ago. The lakes are connected with the Atlantic by the great depth, 3,700 miles, 2340 miles, San Lorenzo. This engineering marvel allows oceangoing vessels to travel from the Atlantic to the center of the continent.
The sea between the lakes at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, which as an area of ​​19,500 km or 7.540 miles square. The largest city on the shore of Lake Ontario is Toronto, Ontario. Other large cities on the side of Ontario, Kingston, Mississauga, Oshawa and Pickering. In the U.S. bank the only major town is Rochester, New York. Century fortifications in Kingston 18 and 19 are popular tourist attractions of Lake Ontario.

Southeast of the sea on the opposite end of Lake Ontario, a series of locks in deep water boats to cross the 25,700 square mile, 9940 miles square, Lake Erie. Erie shores are in Buffalo, New York, Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio, and Erie, Pennsylvania. The locking system that cuts the land bridge between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie is known as the Welland Canal, a favorite spot for tourism Lake Ontario.
To travel to the west of the Great Lakes of Canada, one out of Lake Erie to the north due to the Detroit River. The St. Lawrence Seaway was built by dredging and construction of locks along the St. Lawrence River. The passage of seagoing vessels between Lake Erie and Lake Huron out involved dredging and construction of locks along the two rivers, the Detroit and St. Clair.
The Detroit extends south of Lake St. Clair into Lake Erie. The St. Clair River lying south of Lake Huron into Lake St. Clair. Lake St. Clair, which lies on the border between Canada and the U.S., was also dredged to a depth of deep draft.
Once in Lake Huron, one can travel through the Northwest Michigan and Superior, or you can head north to the Bay of Georgia. This body of water is 320 km or miles 200, km long and 80 or 50 miles wide and covers approximately 15,000 square kilometers. It is sometimes called the sixth Great Lake.
Georgian Bay of Lake Huron is separated by the Niagara Escarpment, one of the most impressive features of Lake Ontario tourism. The ridge is a ridge of rock that was forced to the surface of the glaciers that formed the Great Lakes. It extends from eastern New York, is bisected by the Niagara Falls and the curves in the north along the eastern shore of Lake Huron. At the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, a part of the escarpment, are some of the most spectacular scenery found in lakes Ontario tourism.

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