The sport of cycling has been growing in popularity in recent years. Whether you enjoy it for the health benefits, the adventure, or the love of the race, you should always be looking for the best routes for you. Thankfully, Sudbury is home to plenty of gorgeous cycling routes that range in difficulty levels. Here are some of the best cycling routes that all cycling aficionados should check out.
Rotary Park Trail (2.9 km): mild in difficulty, this trail connects New Sudbury to Downtown Sudbury.
Vermillion River to Hillfield Trail TCT (10 km): moderately difficult, long path. This is a much-loved paved trail that parallels Municipal Road 55.
Kelly Lake Trail TCT (4.5 km): this trail is mild in difficulty. It follows Kelly Lake and the Fielding Park bird sanctuary via boardwalks and hard packed trails. This trail is sure to promise amazing views.
Martindale Road to Tom Davis Square (3.2 km): mild in difficulty. This trail ends right in the heart of Downtown Sudbury. If you’re looking to get to the downtown core, this is the trail for you.
Lake Laurentian Conservation Area to Moonlight Beach TCT (3.5 km): moderate difficulty. This trail connects Moonlight Beach to Laurentian University. If you’re looking to get to the beach, try this beautiful trail!
Get your exercise in while also enjoying all of the beauty that Sudbury has to offer! Try out some of these cycling trails for yourself the next time you’re in Sudbury.