Motorcycle Touring

Take the road less travelled and explore the Deer Trail, a 120 km/72 mile journey of breathtaking vistas. Hike on ancient lake bottoms, pass cascading waterfalls, breathe in the pure air, and take in 100-foot cliffs where the views are so clear, you can see straight to the North Channel and Manitoulin Island. The route travels through the City of Elliot Lake to Mississagi Provincial Park, southwest to Little White River and Iron Bridge, and then east to Blind River, Algoma Mills and Spragge. Get ready to experience the natural wonders of East Algoma! Visit for more information.

The Grand Algoma Tour is a spectacular two day tour takes you along the Lake Superior shoreline then inland through the heart of Algoma. The scenery between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa is exhilarating as you ride tight to the highway up and down with Lake Superior visible for most of the ride to Wawa. Heading to or from Chapleau up the twisty highway 129 provides bikers with curves to lean into as they experience the stunning landscape with mile high cliffs on one side of the road, this highway will not disappoint. As you ride down Hwy 129 you approach the North Shore of Lake Huron which provides equally impressive scenery and road to ride.

This route combines two of the larger great lakes, Lake Superior and Huron, for half of the tour and allows riders to experience the boreal forests and massive cliffs. There are many attractions and scenic lookouts to see along the way. Many of these stops you can explore the beaches, hiking trails, waterfalls, museums and Algoma’s beautiful natural attractions.

The Grand Algoma has been voted the top ride in Ontario for motorcyclists for 2013 and 2014. Read article: The 2013 Ontario Motorcycle Tour of the Year: The Grand Algoma

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