Mountain bike in the Algoma Region of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada! Discover new cycling adventures that can be enjoyed day after day. Mountain bike in the mountains of the Midwest. Use abandoned logging access roads on Provincial Crown lands to access scenic, remote wilderness locations. Long or short! Hard or easy! Adventure trips for everyone.
|Gitchee Gumee Trail|
A ride up the Tribag Mine Road, adjacent to the Batchawana River, is an extraordinary experience particularly during the fall colour period. Here you can see rugged rock cliffs, swirling rapids, and cascading waterfalls. The blazing colours of the maples, oaks and birches are spectacular. You might also wish to explore the Tilley and Turkey Lakes area. If you go you should ensure that you visit the Batchawana Mountain fire tower site for an extraordinary panaroma of the Algoma Highlands landscape. Here below you are the rolling uplands and the deep cold water inland lakes that personify this landscape.
New mountain biking trails are being developed by the owners of Mad Moose Lodge. These backcountry trails access the adjacent Provincial Crown Land access roads and will provide connection to the Tribag Mine Road and then Batchawana Bay.
|King Mountain / Bellevue Valley|
The Stokely Creek Ski Touring Centre/Algoma Highlands Conservancy area is available for use in the summer by mountain bikes. Find trail maps in the Stokely Creek Lodge.
An extensive mountain bike trail system has been developed by the Searchmont Resort. Over 250 km of trails range from recreational and easy to gnarly and challenging. Beyond you may wish to explore other locations including the Achigan area and try out the Achigan "Canon Ball" route. Other locations require a good topographic map and an explorer's interest in discovery.
This is a primo trials area close to the INN. There are many marked cross-country ski trails which make excellent mountain bike trails in the summer months.
|Echo Bay/Sylvan Valley|
There are no defined mountain bike trails in this area but the township roads (both paved and gravel) and the Crown land resource access roads provide very good routes for this activity.
|St. Joseph Island|
There are no defined mountain bike trails in this area but the interior township roads (both paved and gravel) provide very good routes for avid mountain bikers. This is an especially good way to study wildlife (particularly white tail deer)that frequent the backcountry along these less travelled routes.
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