AIM Triangle Cycling Route

Almaguin Highlands

Almaguin Highlands Economic Development


The AIM Triangle is a preferred half day route for the local Almaguin In Motion cycling club. The route connects three distinct Almaguin villages with quality pavement and rolling hills that can be enjoyed by riders of varying skills and endurance levels. Enjoy a mix of scenery and natural features which include everything from traditional farmer’s fields, picturesque waterways, scenic views and a healthy dose of the area’s cherished wilderness. Riders may encounter moderate traffic on Hwy 520 especially in the summer. Some sections have limited or no paved shoulder but sight lines are generally good. Hwy 124 has wide paved shoulders and moderate to low traffic. Don’t miss filling your water bottle at the artesian well in Sundridge or the antique hand pump in front of Magnetawan Bar and Grill.

The AIM Triangle is part of the longer Almaguin Spin part of the Voyageur Cycling Route Experiences. Find out more road conditions, route maps, great places to stop and other route specific information.

Staging Areas:
Municipal Office and Community Centre, Magnetawan
Lion’s Waterfront Park, Sundridge
Home Hardware, Burk’s Falls

Ride Supports:
– Outdoor Bike Fix Stands in Magnetawan and Burk’s Falls
– Bike Parts at Home Hardware in Magnetawan
Lake Bernard Bicycle Repair in Sundridge
– Free Community-Run Bike Share in Magnetawan

More Details


Length 63.6 km
Surface Paved Road

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.