Top 5 Fatbike Rides in Ontario

With winter quickly approaching, it is time to play in the snow and take your fatbike out for a spin! With oversized wheels, this bike not only allows you to continue practising your favourite sport year-round, but it also makes you rediscover winter by taking you through a real winter wonderland. 


Here are our top 5 fatbike trails to try this winter in Ontario:

1. Albion Hills Conservation Park, Caledon

Approximately 60 km northeast of Toronto, the Albion Hills Park is sure to satisfy all types of riders, with flat and groomed trails for beginners to long downhills for those who love a good adrenaline rush. Enjoy a day of fun in this network of more than 50 km of trails.


For more information ➡️ https://trca.ca/parks/albion-hills-conservation-area/

 

 

2. Kichi Sibi Winter Trail, Ottawa

You don’t have to get out of the city to enjoy some nice and crisp winter air. Head to the Kichi Sibi Winter Trail that runs from the War Museum to Westboro and enjoy a flat and wide groomed trail along the river. Although this ride is pretty easy, it can be really windy!


For more information ➡️ https://www.dovercourt.org/community/sjam-trail/

 

 

3. Riverside Bike Park, Muskoka

https://www.discovermuskoka.ca/winter-fat-biking/

As you can guess from its name, this bike park has a waterfront location in Bracebridge, Muskoka. Choose to ride on your own in these scenic trails or opt for a guided bike tour for tips and tricks on how to better maneuver your fatbike. 


For more information ➡️ https://livoutside.ca/trails/

 

 

4. Long Sault Conservation Area, Bowmanville

Long Sault is home to more than 400 acres of mature forest. With around 18 km of trails for all levels, the breathtaking beauty of the nature there attracts all kinds of sports enthusiasts. Although the journey to get there might be a little long, located at around 90 km west of Toronto, we assure you that the area won’t disappoint. 


For more information ➡️ https://www.cloca.com/long-sault

 

 

5. Kivi Park, Sudbury

https://www.northernontario.travel/sudbury/4-epic-winter-activities-in-sudbury

With trails for all levels, the Kivi Park is a must for all outdoors lovers. With a little more than 15 km of impressive world-class biking trails, immerse yourself in nature for an experience you’ll never forget! Plus, if you still have energy after your ride, there are plenty more activities you can try right on the spot. 


For more information ➡️ https://kivipark.com/trails.php#biking-anchor


This winter, nothing can stop us from riding our bikes! #breakthepattern

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