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Hike. Bike. Ride.

Kawartha Lakes offers some of the best cycling, hiking, and riding experiences in the province.

Whether you prefer mountain biking, touring or racing, there are a number of places you will want to investigate. With hundreds of kilometres of trails, Kawartha Lakes offers terrain for cyclists ranging from gentle to challenging. The extensive Victoria Rail Trail Corridor runs through the wetlands and fields of the south to the forests and riverbanks of the north. Mountain bikers will enjoy the Somerville Forest's paths and rolling cottage roads, as well as the picuresque trails of the Ken Reid Conservation Area . The 44km of Kawartha Trans Canada Trail spanning through Kawartha Lakes offers some of the best off-road opportunities on a fairly flat grade. Test your limits or take the family; whatever you prefer, there's a trail that's just right for you.

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Featured Trails

Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve

Community: Norland

The largest nature reserve in Ontario Nature’s reserve system, the Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve encompasses 470 hectares of central Ontario woodland and wetland.

Balsam Lake Provincial Park Trails

Community: Coboconk

Biking, birding, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking, swimming, and camping

Dunsford Nature Trail

Community: Lindsay

The Dunsford Nature Trail is a recently built trail on a converted railway line and it extends 2.5 km from Dunsford to Verulam Concession Road II.

Emily Tract Trails

Community: Omemee

Emily Tract comprises 99.2 hectares (205 acres) of mixed forest property, with two trail loops, such as moraines and eskers winding through the property.

Fleetwood Creek Natural Area

Community: Lindsay

Fleetwood Creek Natural Area provides visitors with the opportunity to discover and experience a distinctive part of Ontario's natural heritage while ensuring its long-term protection.

Fenelon Falls Trails

Community: Fenelon Falls

Fleetwood Creek Natural Area provides visitors with the opportunity to discover and experience a distinctive part of Ontario's natural heritage while ensuring its long-term protection.