Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada

2 Wheels. 1 Adrenaline Rush

2 Wheels. 1 Adrenaline Rush

Cycling Tours

From the Lakeshore to the Interior to the Peninsula, there is sure to be a cycling route for you. With so many picturesque routes, you’ll be in cyclist heaven. See below for a number of scenic bike routes in Bruce County.

Coast to Coast

Coast to Coast

Start Point:

Wiarton

End Point:

Wiarton

Distance:
65km loop
Surface:
Fully paved

From the high cliffs at Wiarton to the flat beach at Oliphant, this route loops across the peninsula through a diversity of settings. Read More

Best of the Bays

Best of the Bays

Start Point:

Wiarton

End Point:

Wiarton

Distance:
74km loop
Surface:
Only the final 9 km stretch to the lighthouse is unpaved

Take the scenic route out to the Cape Croker Lighthouse. Stop along the way to take in a few of the Bruce Peninsula’s beautiful attractions. Read More

Beaches South

Beaches South

Start Point:

Port Elgin

End Point:

Kincardine

Distance:
110 km out-and-back
Surface:
Paved except for a 3 km stretch at Brucedale Conservation Area

Along the coast of Lake Huron this route links a trove of beaches, each with its own virtue. Read More

Beaches North

Beaches North

Start Point:

Wiarton

End Point:

Wiarton

Distance:
70 km out-and-back or 91 km loop
Surface:
Main route paved. Loop extension mostly paved, 4 km of gravel

The route from Wiarton to Lion’s Head along quiet Bruce Rd 9 features meanders, some hills, and a nice beach on each end. Go out-and-back or ride the even quieter extension loop for more beaches and great views. Read More

Beach Hop

Beach Hop

Start Point:
End Point:
Distance:
17 km loop on rail trail or 22 km loop on road
Surface:
Paved road; hard packed rail trail

Beach to beach, ice cream to French fries, museum to miniature train - whatever connection you’d like to make, this loop combines two hot spots on Lake Huron. Follow the shoreline one way and come back on the rail trail or, for a longer loop, enjoy the marked country roads. Read More

Greenock Swamp

Greenock Swamp

Start Point:

Paisley

End Point:

Paisley

Distance:
63 km loop with shorter options
Surface:
Paved road with small section of gravel

From Paisley this route runs south to the Greenock Swamp Complex - Ontario’s largest forested wetland. Here, lush mature maples form a canopy over the road, making it particularly gorgeous in fall. Read More

Lighthouses South

Lighthouses South

Start Point:

Kincardine

End Point:

Ripley

Distance:
55lm loop
Surface:
Paved road

This ride features the shoreline of Lake Huron; it offers intriguing beaches, inspiring communities, and a couple of lighthouses. Read More

Cycling Tours