Lake Laurentian Conservation Area Trails

EASY 25 reviews

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area Trails is a 1.4 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.4 km Elevation Gain: 55 m Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

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6 months ago

If you are looking for a short trail with lovely views at Lake Laurentian this is your trail. There is a lookout near the beginning of the trail. There is a second one on a small ridge near the end of the trail and some nice views inbetween. There's a bit of a climb so bring good shoes. The east end of the trail has a spur that lrads to the NASA monument. The trail ends at the monument even though this map shows it continues on.

Mon Oct 08 2018

Great hike, within the city

Tue Oct 02 2018

Beautiful fall color abounding. I had to pull out my watercolors.

Mon Aug 27 2018

Trail is well maintained and very easy to navigate.

Mon Nov 06 2017

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.

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Wed Aug 02 2017

Completed the Thibeault Trail loop with entrance from Ida St. Was a total of 3.4km with two nice lookout points. See pics for trail map.

Sat May 06 2017

Easy walk with beautiful bridges! Wide trail well maintained trail.

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Wed Aug 22 2012

Fun, lots of wild life and Gardner snakes... Many rocky hills .. Many trails along waters, good all round hike

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Sun Jan 20 2019

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Thu Aug 31 2017

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Wed Aug 23 2017

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Mon Feb 06 2017

Mon May 02 2016