The following description comes from the "Biodiversity Explorer", maintained by the Natural Heritage Information Centre in Peterborough
This 3652-ha area abutting Algonquin Provincial Park and the east side of Aylen Lake is fairly remote, but contains a number of tertiary quality forest access roads. The area is an important land base for forest management, backcountry recreation and high quality hunting associated with residents, hunt camps and commercial outfitting.
This area also contains several cold water lakes including Aglen Lake, Arabis Lake, Chapeskis Lake. This area contains lake(s) designated for lake trout management.
Management objectives are to maintain the remote access characteristics of this area, particularly the east shore of Aylen Lake, while also managing the area for its high quality forest resources, backcountry recreation and hunting opportunities.