Two relaxing days filled with natural highlights and sustainable sights.
You don’t have to go far to get away. Cycling part of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail section of The Great Trail of Canada makes for an easy weekend jaunt from the Greater Toronto Area, with an abundance of natural highlights and that million miles away feeling.
From Lindsay to beyond Omemee, this 24-kilometre journey serves up unadulterated cycling joy. The Town of Lindsay is a crossroads of trails, with enough diversions to occupy a day, including a trail spur that actually goes inside Fleming College to showcase its innovative sustainability features. From Lindsay, the landscape unfolds from suburban to pastoral farmland, to the more wild nature of the Kawartha Lakes region, with one of the largest drumlin fields in North America and the Doube’s Trestle Bridge, a former railway bridge spanning the luminous Buttermilk Valley.