Hiking & Biking


Biking in Eastern Ontario.

Biking in Eastern Ontario

The Ottawa Valley has a number of rivers and valleys interconnected throughout Renfrew County. The Ottawa River, Bonnechere and Madawaska Rivers, and many lakes, have a number of mapped cycling routes. These routes include many options for stops at interesting heritage sites, artists’ studios, swimming areas and communities while cycling quiet country roads and enjoying spectacularly scenic forested and often hilly landscape. Read more….

You can find more information on websites of Ottawa Valley Tourist Association and on the OntarioBike website.


Hiking in Eastern Ontario.

Hiking in Eastern Ontario

One of the most popular activities for the fall-spring season is hiking on the beautiful natural trails of the Ottawa Valley.

Among the hiking trails we have right on the property the following is where you will find the closest trails: the Wino bike trip (35 km), Bonnechere Bike Tour (18km), Deacon-Tramore bike trip(20km), and the Eganville-Douglas bike Trip (32 km).

The current “off-site” set of possible trails includes the local Griffith Uplands trail, local trails of Bonnechere Park and numerous trails of Algonquin Park. The journey to these trails require some driving (20 to 40 minutes) but according to our guests, it’s worth the drive.

If you do not want to drive during your vacation, our private walking trail is ideal solution for you, as well as for your pets.

Many thanks to our guests who found Shaw Woods Outdoor Educational Centre – the beautiful wild park with a numerous well marked trails. These trails located just 35 km from our resort.


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