Cycling South Georgian Bay
South Georgian Bay has the perfect cycling routes and mountain trails, whatever you ride – mountain bike, road bike or cruiser.
Bike South Georgian Bay has mapped over 650 km of routes geared for all different levels.
Blue Mountain Resort’s downhill bike park is the largest in Ontario with 19 trails ranging from beginner to expert level. Rentals and lessons are available throughout the biking season.
For a scenic leisure experience, South Georgian Bay offers protected trails including former rail trails with easy to ride options ranging from the 14 km Clearview/Collingwood Train Trail to the scenic 11 km Carly Paterson Trail in Wasaga Beach, to the Georgian Trail.
Resources & Guides
South Georgian Bay Routes
Collingwood | Wasaga Beach | Clearview | Springwater | Blue Mountain
Cycle around towns or the countryside, vineyards, local breweries, beaches and winding roads and extensive rail trail network.
South Georgian Bay offers a challenge for riders of all skill levels. Riders can access extensive multi-use trail networks and enjoy scenic road cycling climbs.
- Collingwood Trails Network
- The Georgian Trail
- Clearview-Collingwood Trail
- Carly Patterson Memorial Trail
- North Simcoe Rail Trail
- The 7 Beaches Route
- Iron Bridge Route
- Wasaga Dunes Loop
- Creemore Loop
- Badjeros Loop
- Lake Eugenia Loop
- Thornbury Sticky Bun Loop
- Wasaga Collingwood Connections
- Apple Pie Trail Pedal & Paddle Adventure
Simcoe County Loop Trail
Explore the 160 km Simcoe County Loop Trail
The Simcoe County Loop Trail is a 160-kilometer loop that is primarily on off-road, multi-use rail-trails.
The route is flat, scenic and available as a multi-day tour.
Link: Simcoe County Loop Trail
Heart of Georgian Bay Routes
Midland | Penetanguishene | Tay | Tiny
For a scenic ride, take a cycle through Awenda Provincial Park or take a ferry over to the Georgian Bay Islands National Park and Christian Island – Beausoleil First Nations.
- Penetanguishene Loop
- Tiny Beaches Loop
- Heart of Georgian Bay Loop
- Thunder Beach Loop
- Tay Shore Trail
- Tiny Trail
- Mid-Pen Link
- Midland Waterfront Trail
Simcoe County is a popular destination for Mountain Bikers. Trails for your style and ability include the Hardwood Ski and Bike Pan Am course to the locally maintained, Simcoe County trails.
Mountain bike centres and community trails:
Fat Bikes are designed for snowy trails, with their extra-large wide rim tires.
FAT Bike Trails:
FAT Bike Rentals:
Link: Simcoe County FAT Biking