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Greater Sudbury is perfect for winter activities. We have enough snow for play and plenty of uncrowded, open spaces. Choose from snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, indoor recreation and more. Fall is a time for hiking, biking and fishing set against a brilliant backdrop of autumn leaves.
A.Y. Jackson Lookout
Plunging 55 metres, High Falls on the Onaping River is a must-see and hiking trail for the fall colours.
No matter the season, the hiking trails in Sudbury are always beautiful. Bundle up and enjoy incredible scenery.
Chop a hole in the ice on a nearby lake, drop your line and enjoy the sunshine. Learn about safety, rules and regulations.
There are plenty of things to do during a Sudbury winter. Swim at indoor municipal pools. Work out at municipal fitness centres. Register for programs at your nearest community centre.
From the Ramsey Lake Skate Path, an enchanted forest at Kivi Park, neighbourhood rinks and indoor arenas, there are no shortage of places to enjoy.
Keep active when the cold weather hits by skiing or snowboarding at one of two ski hills or check out groomed trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Bring out your inner child and have fun with the whole family.
Explore a northern wilderness on 1,300 kilometres of groomed trails.