Get on your bikes and ride! There are plenty of reasons why cyclists will love Algoma Country: scenic country roads, scenic waterfront views, roads that lead to attractions, great places to eat, or stop to get a pint.
The Lake Huron Waterfront Trail is a trail you’ll want to make sure is on your list of Ontario Bucket Rides.
The bike trail leads cyclists from the shores of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie, then east along Lake Huron to Northeastern Ontario, offering a varied terrain of paved country roads, Trans Canada Highway 17 and local trail systems.
The route is scenic with views of Lake Huron, rolling farmland, bridges over rivers, and even a few waterfalls.
This 5-day, 370-km route will take cyclists through 22 communities, three First Nation Territories and 10 villages, hamlets and towns.
No matter where you start or pick up the trail, you’ll find plenty of places and attractions to stop, restaurants and places to stay.
Below are just some of things to see and do, places to eat and stay on this section of the route.