Elliot Lake For ATV Riding
The 4th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Ontario.
Wednesday 13 July 2016 04:12 GMT
East of Sault Ste Marie and west of Sudbury, the Elliot Lake area is well known for its 300km ATV trail network. These well marked quad trails link a variety of lodges, restaurants and fishing holes. The routes are marked by posts which have GPS coordinates on them. Expect to find plenty of rocks, hills, turns and mud holes. These trails are shared by hikers, bikers and equestrians.
Prospectors Run - Offers newbie riders a chance to improve their ATV prowess while immersed in pristine nature at it's most sensational. Riders will journey through a section of trail carved through the rock of the Canadian Shield.
Whiskey Lake Run - Offers the average Joe an opportunity to travel deep into the heart of Northern Ontario, along natural unpolished trails bordered by majestic lakes. The Whiskey Lake run truly takes riders back to nature offering rugged, extreme wilderness for the aspiring hard-riding enthusiasts.
Boardwalk Run - Offers the extreme rider the opportunity to trek across rock beds amidst old growth forests. The challenging and varied terrain will satisfy the appetites of the rugged, hard-riding enthusiasts. The rock-bound landscape will test the skill of even the most extreme ATVer.
Overall, Elliot Lake is the 4th most popular ATV riding trail of all 12 ATV trails in Ontario.