Kawartha & Northumberland

Some like to take it easy on flat terrain. Others thrive on the challenge of long distances, deep valleys and steep hills.
Some prefer a city ride; others want to be as far from the crowd as possible. That’s what makes cycling in Peterborough & the Kawarthas such a pleasure.
You can ride from city to country in no time.
Whether you're a road cyclist, mountain biker or just want to get out and explore the trails, Peterborough & the Kawarthas is for you.

 

Lakefield Trail

Established in late 2000 as a community Millennium project, the Lakefield Trail is a 5.5 km. trail which, after meandering through the Village of Lakefield, connects to the Trans Canada Trail via the Peterborough County Rotary Trail.

Crowe River Cruising

Crowe River Cruising is a 49 km route that takes you to Church-Key Brewing at Pethericks Corners and over our lovely suspension bridge at Ferris Park.


Rice Lake Ramble

The Rice Lake Ramble is an 87 km route where you'll enjoy views of Rice Lake using wonderfully quiet roads.



Glorious Ganaraska

Relatively level 30 km route beginning in Port Hope.  This route safely crosses the 401 out and back and passes by the Sylvan Glen Conservation Area.


Shelter Valley Road

Shelter Valley Road is a 51 km route from Cobourg which begins hilly and then levels out.



Trent River Truckin

Trent River Truckin' is a 63 km route with opportunities to visit locks along the internationally-renowned Trent-Severn Waterway.  When heading south on Godolphin from Cty Road 35, watch for an packed-dirt, abandoned rail line.