Explore the most popular walking trails near Greater Sudbury with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Kelly Lake Trail

walking
23 days ago

An easy walk with very pretty views. Good for spotting birds.

Beautiful trail with a small beach. Very easy walk. Can bike or rollerblade as well.

walking
3 months ago

This is very much a simple walking trail, nice for a daily walk with the dogs.

great time cant wait till next time

great place to go in the summer is even more beautiful in the winter , found the trail to high pond lookout was a challenge but worth it

This is a wonderful little trail! It is accessible year round and is very easy. For me, my favourite time to go is during the fall when the sun is low
..on the second half ,past the bridge, it feels like you're in fairy territory! Great green space.

Lovely, especially when you think of the natural and artistic history surrounding it. The views are pretty and the way to the bridge can be a little difficult but once you cross the trail is beautiful.

I wouldn't call this a trail by any means; it's a cycling/walking/jogging track. It does have a nice variety of inclines though, so if you're looking for a paved track while keeping an eye on your distance this is a good one.

I was pretty disappointed here. I don't know what I was expecting but it isn't a greenspace any longer. All you see is construction and the taking down of the green space...

Super cute and short. If you follow on over the tracks there is a nice little trail in the back. Pretty good for urban explorers that don't want to go too far in.

Perfect for a stroll.

My favourite place in the city. Great for all seasons on the land or in the water. The chalet offers programming and any interaction I've had with the staff has been positive.

I spend alot of time here and in all seasons. It is the perfect place to feel like you're in the forest while still being, pretty much, in the middle of the city.

I love this easy trail. All but the short section up to the look out is groomed and hardpacked. It is perfect for all ages and abilities and is easy to travel through in all seasons, mind you the wet seasons can show a little more mud.

Short and nice scenic walk.

very short walk to bad it wasn't extended longer.

beautiful view

After work relaxing nature walk. Easy to walk and surreal. Within the city, but peaceful.

walking
9 months ago

Love the view. Love nature walks.

great exercise, but peaceful

My girlfriend, her son and I did the yellow loop 1 with scenic lookouts. Quick two hour hike with lots of climbing. Perfect activity before Thanksgiving dinner

Will be doing this trail a few more times before winter.

Nice trail

nature trips
10 months ago

Nice and short nature trip. Trail introduces you to the history of land and forest reclamation in the area. Very buggy!

walking
10 months ago

Nice hard-packed chipped-stoned pathway. Great for cycling, walking, birding, nature walking etc. Nice viewing platform on the upper trail looking out over the marsh. Trail is completely washed out near the soccer field by the ski hill.

walking
10 months ago

Decent urban trail along Junction Creek. Nice park at the trailhead near downtown. The north end of the trail is closed at Perreault Street so you are not able to access the nice views of the back marsh. Unfortunately there was a lot of garbage along the trail.

nature trips
10 months ago

Easy, hard-packed and chipped-stone pathway. Some marsh views and a forested area. There was a tree felled by a beaver that was neat to see but the tree was blocking the pathway!

hiking
10 months ago

There are washed out sections thanks to a rainy summer however, this is still a great trail close to the urban centre and I highly recommend it.

trail running
10 months ago

good trail to walk and run. enough variety to keep you interested

hiking
10 months ago

lots of rock and water. I loved it. be ready for lots of hills. it was more climbing than my friends expected.

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