Shadow Lake is eleven kilometres long and averages one kilometer wide, lying between the communities of Norland to the north and Coboconk to the south end. As a relatively narrow lake that’s much deeper than many in the Kawartha lakes (22 metres), it attracts many boaters to the area. The Gull River flows from Haliburton through Shadow Lake, and heads south through two rapids, known locally as "the chute", to its sister Silver Lake and beyond. Shadow Lake’s geography is Canadian Shield granite in its northern regions with Ontario’s limestone plateaus in its southern area, making for a variety of sand, gravel, and rocky shorelines. There are many bays and inlets which attract canoeing, kayaking, and sailing enthusiasts.
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