Self-guided, supported road cycling tour, ~330km over 5 days. The tour begins in historical Huntsville, the largest town in the Muskoka region. Muskoka is one of Canada's most famous vacation and cottaging destinations. You will have two days of excellent cycling here with loops of Mary Lake and Lake of Bays. On Day 3 we shuttle you a short distance into the spectacular Haliburton Highlands for 3 days of riding alongside quiet lakes and rivers. The trip includes lakeside accommodations, 2 nights at Hidden Valley Resort and 2 nights at Bonnie View Inn.
All multi-day tours are booked through our booking partner and licensed TICO agent
OK Cycle and Adventure Tours
666 Kirkwood Avenue - Suite B102, Ottawa, ON K1Z5X9
Toll-free 1-888-621-6818 or Local 613-702-5350
TICO Ontario Registration #50022848
Duration: 5 days/4 nights
Approximate Distance: 330 km (205 miles)
Cost: $1199 CDN per person + HST ($1354.87 CDN)
double occupancy; price includes booking fee
Single Supplement: $495 CDN+ HST ($559.35 CDN)
Skill/Fitness Level: Advanced - it's hilly!
Trip Departure: Orillia, then transport to Huntsville
2021 Tour Dates:
Custom dates only - groups of 4 or more.
- 5 days/4 nights accommodations
- 4 breakfasts and 2 lunches (Day 3 and Day 5)
- Maps and GPX files
- Luggage transfers
- On call support service
- Not Included: Airfare/transportation to route departure point, alcoholic beverages, personal expenses, gratuities.
- Pick up/drop off at Toronto Pearson Airport
- Bike rental
- Extended bike and/or bike box storage beyond trip dates
Explore Ontario's Premier Cottage Vacation Destinations
Huntsville Mary Lake Loop
Day one begins with a transfer from the Orillia area to Huntsville to begin riding. The ride passes through Port Sydney and historic downtown Huntsville. Enjoy the first of two nights of lakeside accommodation, Hidden Valley Resort.
Distance: 55 km (35 miles)
Vertical Gain: 365 m (1197 feet)
Lake of Bays Loop
Starting from Hidden Valley Resort, you will ride the well-known Lake of Bays loop. Versions of this rolling route are used for the Spin the Lakes ride and the Muskoka Half Ironman. The scenery is spectacular, including lake views, rock cuts, and towering forests. The route is 96 kilometers with a few good climbs along the way. Guests will enjoy some well-deserved downtime at the resort when the cycling is done.
Distance: 96 km (60 miles)
Vertical gain: 1200 m (3937 feet)
Stanhope to Bonnie View via Fort Irwin
The day begins with a short shuttle from Hidden Valley Resort to Haliburton. Begin at the Stanhope community centre and starting with the gentle North Shore Route, then head up to Eagle Lake and Fort Irwin, then Harburn Road to Haliburton and finish up on the shores of Lake Kashagawigamog for the first of two nights of lakeside accommodation at Bonnie View Inn.
Distance: 60 km (37 miles)
Vertical Gain: 695 m (2280 feet)
Minden Sunglasses Route
This ride takes you along the shores of Lake Kashagawigamog, past the Minden White Water Preserve, and through Minden village. Have a wee break, then back home to Bonnie View.
Distance: 69 km (42 miles)
Vertical Gain: 585 m (1919 feet)
Haliburton to Norland
Ride to Norland via Gelert and Kinmount. Lunch at the famed Riverside Inn. Shuttle back to Orillia by mid- afternoon.
Distance: 50 km (31 miles)
Vertical gain: 363 m (1190 feet)
Notes: Routes are subject to change without notice based on local conditions and guide judgement. Trips will run with as few as 4 guests.