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The best hikes in and around Sudbury

June 21 , 2017

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Take a hike, Sudbury! Living in this city means you are never far from some of the most serene and beautiful nature trails in the province. Whether you’re looking to set out on a soothing nature walk within minutes from home, or you want to do an overnight camping trek, the Panoramic Properties blog team wants to share the best hikes in and around Sudbury with you.


The Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is a 2400 acre nature area on the east side of town. It’s located about a 10 minute drive from Nepahwin Villa(1904 Paris Street). There are many trails to choose from for summer hikes or winter snowshoe treks. Choose from the many kilometres of trails. Take in the scenery along the man-made lake and pond, enjoy the self-guided nature trail, wetland areas, and bird watching areas.


If you’re looking for a serious hiking adventure, experienced hikers will love Halfway Lake Provincial Park Trail. The area offers overnight hiking trails and camping. The park is open for day trips as well. Go for a hike or a swim, paddle a canoe, or camp out and do it all! You’ll find the trail on Highway 144, about an hour drive from Tiffany Place (1 - 44 Humber Court).


Bell Park is a big and beautiful park on Paris Street, less than a 5 minute drive from Hyland Place (347 Hyland Drive). This is a great spot for a city hike along the shores of Ramsey Lake, or a boardwalk stroll through the marshland along the Lily Creek Boardwalk Trail. The park has a main beach with lifeguards in the summer, a children’s play area, public washrooms and ample parking. This makes it the perfect spot to bring the family for some safe outdoor recreation, or to clear your head with a secure solo trek in a safe, police patrolled environment.


If you’re looking for a quick and easy nature walk in a calm and pleasant setting, head out to the Jane Goodall Reclamation Trail, named after the world-renowned scientist and primatologist. It is located at the Greater Sudbury Welcome Centre, only a 15-minute drive from Regent Place (2100 Regent Street).

The Panoramic Properties team hopes that these trails help you enjoy all the natural beauty Sudbury has to offer. Remember to wear some sturdy, comfortable shoes or boots and bring plenty of water with you. For more information on Panoramic Properties in Sudbury, please visit our website.