This 113km return route begins at the West Gate of Algonquin Provincial Park. You may park here, and must purchase a day use permit. You’ll then cycle through the park to the East Gate and return. There are facilities located at the various campgrounds along the way, as well as a number of hiking and […]
This 40km return training route departs Dwight Municipal Office/Library at Hwy 60 and heads to the West Gate of Algonquin Provincial Park. This route offers wide paved shoulders all the way into and across the park, and the trip can be extended if you choose to continue further into the park before turning back. Washrooms are […]
This 46km out and back route departs from the beginning at Limberlost Rd at Hwy 60 (park along Limberlost Rd, there are wide sandy shoulders safe for parking). Cycle out and back on Limberlost, to the end is approximately 23km one way. A group meets here every Thursday night in the summer (late May-September) between 6-6:30pm […]
This 70km out and back training route departs from Algonquin Outfitters in Huntsville and heads out Ravenscliffe Rd and Stisted Rd to Sprucedale then returns. While in Sprucedale, stop for lunch at The Sprucedale Hotel. The route has a total ascent of 639.23 m and has a maximum elevation of 361.73 m.
This 67km out and back training route departs Parry Sound Bikes and heads out of town towards Snug Harbour Rd which it follows into the harbour itself, and then returns. While in Snug Harbour, you absolutely must not miss a lunch or dinner stop at Gilly’s Snug Harbour Restaurant. Serving the freshest white fish, pickerel, […]
This 89km training route departs from Parry Sound Bikes and heads out of town towards Shebeshekong Rd to Skerryvore Community Rd on Georgian Bay and back. If you’re looking for accommodations close by, try the Shebeshekong Resort, offering waterfront cottage rentals and wonderful onsite amenities. The route has a total ascent of 418.05 m and has […]
This 78km route travels from Parry Sound Bikes to Killbear Provincial Park and back. Once you’ve arrived at the park, consider staying overnight or purchasing a day pass to access their recreational trails for hiking and biking, beautiful waterfront, and much more. The route has a total ascent of 573.32 m and has a maximum elevation […]
This 35km trail departs from Parry Sound Bikes and loops around Oastler Park Dr to Rankin Lake Rd, down Horseshoe Lake Rd and Black Lake Rd, then back around. This loop will take you past the Highway Rest Stop in Parry Sound that has a Petro Canada with general store, Lick’s Homeburgers, Tim Horton’s, and […]