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Discovery Routes

Discover a Storied Past along the Voyageur Cycling Route

Red Toque Cycling Tour

Promoting Equitable Access to Trails through the ReCycle Bikes Program

ReCycle Bikes Program

Connecting Communities

Cornelia Levering Broadmeadows Trail

There's no end to our trails...

Discovery Routes Trails Organization is a charity that promotes the use and development of trails and active transportation systems in Ontario’s Near North.

We support better health, tourism, strong communities, and environmental appreciation and protection. We have a thriving community of volunteers who provide stewardship for a vast and diverse trail network.

As a trails organization, we support our community-based trail partners through collaborations and resource sharing to keep growing and improving the trails and active transportation network.

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Discovery Routes leads the development of the Voyageur Cycling Route Experiences & Multi-Adventures along and around the 645km Voyageur Cycling Route

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Trail Updates and Events

2024 ReCycle Bikes Program is Rolling Discovery Routes has collected, tuned up and given back over 950 used bicycles to North Bay and area residents since the popular ReCycle Bikes Program was first introduced in 2015. A priority for Discovery Routes is to get more people to experience the local trails for health and well-being. For some, a properly fitted bicycle […] read more

Remembering the Forgotten Trails “Nestled across an expansive wilderness west of Ontario’s Algonquin Park, a small cluster of backcountry hiking trails are cared for by volunteers and cherished by local outdoor enthusiasts. The Forgotten Trails, as they are known, evoke a sense of mystery of tales forgotten in time.” Read the Full article on Explore-Mag.com read more

We’re Hiring Student Positions Job Posting: Student Trail Programs Assistant – two positions available Eligibility: The project is part of the Government of Canada’s summer employment program known as Canada Summer Jobs. To be eligible, youth must: be between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at the start of employment; be a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom […] read more

Celebrating Local Trail Champions To celebrate National Volunteer Week this April 14-20, Discovery Routes is shining a spotlight on local trail volunteers who further the positive growth and development of the trail network across Nipissing and the Almaguin Highlands. These dedicated volunteers serve on committees, champion important trail issues, maintain and manage local trails and coordinate trail events and […] read more

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The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.