South Eastern Ontario

As part of the World Heritage Frontenac Arch Biosphere, South Frontenac provides a unique cycling experience from both a geographic and cultural heritage perspective. The character of the landscape is best discovered by cycling along its network of paved roads that connect with two major multi-use trails, the Cataraqui Trail and the Kingston & Pembroke (K&P) Trail. On- and of-road cycling provides a variety of terrain for all ages and abilities, through forests and alongside many clean freshwater lakes. Come and explore our beautiful cycling routes

South Frontenac Cycling Routes

Hastings & Bay of Quinte

This loop offers road cyclists a challenging ride north from Trenton, arching over Bay of Quinte through Hastings and Lennox and Addington Counties before connecting back to the Bay of Quinte in Napanee, with a return via Belleville.

Kingston & Wolfe Island

This ride will take you on a tour of historic downtown Kingston, along the waterfront and to Wolfe Island for an afternoon at the beach. Starting at City Hall in Kingston, follow the scenic route along Kingston’s Waterfront Trail.

Prince Edward County Tour

This cycling route provides a great tour of Prince Edward County, showcasing the scenic views, quiet countryside, and culinary and arts trails. It can easily be done in any direction, with a start and end in Picton, Bloomfield or Wellington.

Westport to Jasper

This route starts and ends in Westport from Foley Mountain Conservation Area but can also start from the town centre or in Delta, home of the Historic Old Stone Mill. If cyclists are daring enough, they can start from Foley Mountain.

Kemptville to Jasper

This route starts in Kemptville from the Rideau Glenn Golf Course and loops around to Jasper and Merrickville, then back to Kemptville. The Locks This Way Lollipop offers cyclists a great introduction to the Rideau Canal lock stations system.

Cornwall to Morrisburg

This fun leisure ride along the St. Lawrence Seaway and Waterfront Trail makes for an excellent single or multi-day cycling vacation and can start in several locations providing options for shorter ride distances.

Picton to Sandbanks

This cycling route will take you to Sandbanks Provincial Park from Picton town centre, but can also be connected to in Bloomfield. Sandbanks is a popular summer beach and camping destination.

County Trails

The Lennox & Addington County Trails include 12 looping routes consisting of 600 kilometres of paved roadway where you never retrace your path, yet are able to end where you began.