Outdoor Adventures Await in Sudbury!

Discover endless outdoor adventures in Sudbury!

Plan your next road trip to Sudbury! Strap on your skis, make tracks, enjoy an open-air skate on the lake or through the birch trees or enjoy a winter wonderland sleigh ride. With over 330 lakes and close to 200 km of trails, discover endless outdoor adventures in Sudbury.



Winter Wonderland Sleigh Ride

Bundle up for a horse-drawn sleigh ride adventure through a scenic winter wonderland at Wagonwheel Ranch, and enjoy a bonfire stop in the woods where you can cozy up to a crackling fire and roast your favourite treats.



Make Tracks

Put on your winter boots, strap on some snowshoes, or hook into some skis and make our way through a shimmering winter landscape. Enjoy Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, Kivi Park, Windy Lake Provincial Park or many Rainbow Routes Association trails at www.rainbowroutes.com.



Open Air Skate

Lace up for an open air skate on the Ramsey Lake Skating Path, or skate through the trees at Kivi Park on Nina's Way Skate Path or enjoy a quiet evening under the lights skating on the oval at Queen's Athletic Field, a favourite family activity. 

Always check for ice conditions before heading out:

Check conditions for Kivi Park on Nina's Way Skate Path:
Open 1 pm - 9 pm
>>> https://kivipark.com/

Ice conditions and closures  for Ramsey Lake Skating Path and Queen's Athletic Field can be found on the City of Greater Sudbury's Website here: >>> https://www.greatersudbury.ca/play/recreational-facilities/outdoor-rinks/



Hill Time

The City of Greater Sudbury operates two ski hills for the enjoyment of residents of all ages! Keep active when the cold weather hits by skiing or snowboarding at either Lively or Adanac Ski Hills.



Discover Pristine Trails

Sudbury is home to some of Northern Ontario's most beautiful cross-country ski trails! Discover why Sudbury should be your next cross-country skiing destination.
 Learn about our trails, rentals and more...



Rev Your Engines for a Back Country Adventure

Snowmobiling has been a popular sport in Greater Sudbury for more than 30 years and the expansion of the organized trail system is a result of hard work and dedication by the Sudbury Trail Plan with more than 1,000 kms of trails to offer.

Experience outstanding scenic vistas, fresh snowfalls and well-groomed trails by checking out one (or all 3) of these Loop Tours!

ALWAYS check before you ride!
To see which trails are open, visit the OFSC website.



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