Bonnechere River Watershed walking, paddling and cycle routes

The Bonnechere River Watershed Nature in Your Neighbourhood Guide is a collaborative
initiative of the Ottawa River Institute and the Bonnechere River Watershed Project, with funding
support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

Ottawa self-guided tour routes

From Ontario By Bike E-News: May

Make Ottawa a must visit destination on the top of your list this year. Not only is it the epicentre of Canada 150 celebrations, but it is a truly a great place to explore on two wheels. New this year and now available with online mapping and downloadable PDF's are a series of 16 self-guided rural and urban routes, enough to keep you spinning across the city for days on end.

Round Lake - Wilno Hills Way of the Crosses
Detailed Route Map

A 70 km ride through forest, hills and countryside on mostly lightly traveled gravel roads. along the way you will see numerous shrines and crucifixes erected by the descendants of Polish immigrants.

Stafford-Laurentian Valley loopJuly 22nd, 2017

We did this 53-km loop in a bit less than 3 hours with a couple of stops. Great scenery, very little traffic. A couple of short gravel sections that were no problem for our road bikes. About 1.5 km on Highway 41, but otherwise, all was very quiet. Highly recommended.

Foymount Area Mountain Bike Route

A ride for mountain and fat bikes over forest access roads and bush trails starting from Felhaber Road off of Baptist Church Road or Fire Tower Road off of Rosien Road both accessable from the Opeongo Road near Foymount. App. 28kms of sometimes rough dirt and gravel roads and trails through a heavily wooded area with nice ups and downs.

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