Voyageur Cycling Route – Maps

Voyageur Cycling Route near Bonfield on the Red Toque Tour Experience. Photo: Patrick Gilbert

2023 Adventure Trails Map

2023 Adventure Trail Map CoverThis printed map published by Discovery Routes includes 350km of the Voyageur Cycling Route across Northeastern Ontario.

Also Featuring:
53 Hike and Snowshoe Trails; 6 Cross-Country Ski Trail Networks; 20 Bicycle Touring Routes including Gravel road rides, Mountain Bike and Fat Bike trails, and our new Old Nipissing Ghost Road Bikepacking route16 Recommended Paddling Routes for day-trips and overnight backcountry trips with details on access points and portages

Map Geography: Almaguin Highlands, Loring/ Restoule, North Bay to Mattawa, West Nipissing, Sudbury East

Discovery Routes is selling the 2023 Adventure Trails Map for $10 plus shipping ($2.50) as a fundraiser to support our charitable activities in trail development and advocacy.

Voyageur Cycling Route Self-Guided Experiences

Discovery Routes has created a number of self-guided bike tours along the Voyageur Cycling Route. Each Cycling Experience has a customized Google Map and links to available digital maps through apps such as MapMyRide, Trailforks and Ride With GPS.

Voyageur Cycling Route Downloadable Maps

The Voyageur Cycling Route is part of the foundational province-wide cycling network with direct connections to the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail, the Georgian Bay Cycling Route, the National Capital Region and La Route Verte.

These cycling route maps complement the more than 645 km of trail and roadway designated as the Voyageur Cycling Route,  including interim routing along sections of roadway where the trail is not yet open or suitable for cyclists.

Each map outlines a section ranging from 18 to 50 kilometers. Maps will updated from time to time to better reflect the current status of the cycling route.


Voyageur Cycling Route Overview Map


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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.