This 12.4km pathway, named in honour of Olympic skier and native daughter Kate Pace, is a multi-use trail for walking, jogging, cycling, and inline skating, and is intended for shared use.
The Kinsmen Trail is a scenic 5.1km paved pathway winding through the heart of North Bay alongside the banks of Chippewa Creek.
Located in the heart of the City is a 10km trail network that offers excellent opportunities for hiking and wildlife viewing, including migrating birds.
12kms of scenic trails, spread across 700 acres of nature. You can also access Duchesnay Falls via the Education Centre trails.
Discovery Routes promotes the use of the trails in Northeastern Ontario in support of better health, tourism, strong communities, and environmental appreciation and protection.
The John Kennedy Memorial Park is a small section of land stretching only a few city blocks in the northwest corner (Pinewood area) of North Bay.
Ontario’s section of The Great Trail offers a diverse range of trails allowing for a multitude of world-class outdoor experience in urban, rural and wilderness settings.
There are 15 conservation areas and trails to discover from urban, accessible paved multi-use trails to rugged, wilderness trails and nature preserves.
Duchesnay Falls is a 70 meter high waterfall with a trail that runs parallel on each side of the falls, allowing you to walk up one side and down the other. The trail is a loop of approximately 3km.
VMUTS offers trails between the ancient Algonquin Highlands and Laurentian Mountains, bordered by the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers.