Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area near Sudbury, ON


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23 kms
3hours
difficult
Snowshoeing, Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Mountain Biking
Winter, Fall, Summer
Sudbury, ON
User Doctor.Fittler

Trail is quite scenic and surrounded by numerous wetlands and lakes. There are lots of different trails at this park as well. The trails are very bike friendly. It is easy to get lost on these trails though, so be sure to bring an extra bottle of water should you be feeling like doing the whole thing.

The terrain consists of lots of rock, dirt and tall grass at the lower elevations. In the winter time, the trails are groomed for snowshoeing and skiing, and there is a trail fee in the winter. The park also hosts lots of winter events.

There are a number of trails on trailpeak that detail the network of trails in the conservation area, some of these entries follow:

Here are the 5 trails I added as seperate trails for the Lake Laurentioan Conservation Area.

Moonlight Beach Trail Trail

Beaver Pond Trail

Ramsey Trail

Perch Lake Trail

Point Trail

This last trail is the longest and the main trail for the Conservation area. It has been submitted before but the starting point in that submission is from outside the conservation area on that trail and the trail is not the proper full circle trail. The correct trail when started at the main parking area of the conservation area is here;

Point Trail (Official)

Directions:

Once you are in Sudbury, the park can be accessed by:

1. Head west on Elm St toward Notre Dame Ave 7 km

2. Turn left at Paris St 4.9 km

3. Turn left at Regent St 3.3 km

4. Take the ON-17 ramp to N Bay 0.6 km

5. Merge onto King's Hwy 17 E3.8 km
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By HoneyBadger1Posted By: HoneyBadger1  - Sat Dec 12 14:14:58 UTC 2015 This trail was given a rating of 5 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 5 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 5 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 5 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 5 out of 5 stars
By HoneyBadger1Posted By: HoneyBadger1  - Sat Dec 12 13:49:18 UTC 2015 Not Rated Upside Sudbury mountain biking trails are not easy trails, unless you are on the x-country ski trails. The university trail system has about 30 km total of trail. The trails are mostly technical single track, rocky with lots of slik rock sections. There is a lot of tricky uphill climbs and descents. Downside Not for novice riders unless you ride the ski trails Comment Sudbury offers some of the best riding in ontario. Which includes the university trails saw well as Walden mountain bike trails
We're the Canada cup race was held in 2013-2014.
My favourite trails- Mont St. Marie Que. Sudbury- Walden, South March Highlands, 3 Stages, Buckwallow, Northshore Northbay, Copeland Forest, Porcupine Ridge Bracebridge
I consider all of these trails to be 4-5 star technical rides


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