Plan your trip and take a look at some of the cycling trails available in Orillia & Lake Country.

Hardwood Ski & Bike

Hardwood has over 100 km of adventurous one-way mountain bike trails along with a pump track, trails area and other fun features. Certified “Bicycle-Friendly” by Ontario By Bike.

Horseshoe Resort

Choose from one of the onsite downhill mountain biking trails, cross country trails or explore the incredible cycling around the area. Certified “Bicycle-Friendly” by Ontario by Bike, Horseshoe Resort has it all.

Simcoe County Mountain Bike Club

This club has been established to protect and build recreational mountain bike trails for mountain bikers in Simcoe County. We currently have a trail inventory of approximately over 100 KM of singletrack trail and growing. With authority to build new trail, 3 active builds are taking place. Current trail systems are located in Oro-Medonte, Severn Township and on the border of Midland, Penetanguishene and Tiny Township.

The Millennium Trail

The Millennium Trail is a 3.0 m wide paved trail that runs adjacent to Orillia’s Lake Couchiching’s spectacular shoreline from the Ramara and Ganaraska Trail within the Township of Ramara northerly to the Uhtoff Trails within the Township of Severn. This 9.5 kilometre shared-use recreation trail significantly enhances the attractiveness of this region for tourists, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle for local residents. The trail is open year round and runs through major parks such as J.B. Tudhope Memorial Park, Veteran’s Memorial Park, Centennial Park, and Couchiching Beach Park and is a segment of the Trans Canada Trail.

• Length: 9.5 km

• Surface: Paved

• Grade: Flat

Scout Valley Loop Trail

A 230-acre City-owned oasis, Scout Valley is located at the south-west edge of Orillia, bounded by Highway 11 and Old Barrie Road. There are three loop trails at Scout Valley, which is dominated by mature deciduous forest. There is also a refreshing spring of water and a small stream. At the top of the hill is a lookout with fine views across Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching. The oldest house in Orillia, known as Regan House, has found new life at Scout Valley after being moved and lovingly reconstructed at the Line 15 parking lot entrance. Scout Valley can be accessed from three entrances: Line 15 North Old Barrie Road Forest Home **Please note that this video does not represent the entire trail system.