Hiking&Biking

Hiking.

Hiking in Eastern Ontario.

Hiking in Eastern Ontario.

The most popular activity for the fall-spring season is hiking on the beautiful natural trails of Ottawa valley.

For the fall season 2013 we can propose “on site” only short walk on the rural road (about 3 km) around the Golden Lake. We are planning to complete new 4 km trail throw 70 acres of our property to the Summer 2014.

The current set of possible trails includes local Griffith Uplands trail, local trails of Bonnechere park and numerous trails of Algonquin park. The journey to the all these trails require some drive (20 to 40 minutes), but , according to our guests – it worth this drive.

Biking.

Biking in Eastern Ontario.

Biking in Eastern Ontario.

According to the OVTA, “The Ottawa Valley offers excellent biking opportunities for the beginner and the sports enthusiast. Whether you are looking for a paved road with little traffic, or a mountain bike trail that takes you to nowhere and back, you can find it all here.”
There are numerous local roads that starts right from our resort and run across the picturesque surroundings of Ottawa Valley. Most local roads are well paved and have little traffic.

 

Among local trails, we have found nearest tralis, including: the Wino bike  trip (35 km),  Bonnechere  bike Tour (18km), Deacon-Tramore bike  trip(20km), and the Eganville-Douglas  bike Trip (32 km).

But we had not checked this trails yet, so we can not provide our personal opinion. In our plans for the Summer 2014 – to ride this route with GPS navigator and video cam to make a better information for our guests.

If you are enthusiasts of the biking and you are ready to explore these routes for our guests – we would provide you with a best rates for the stay.

 

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