Sometimes it’s a nice change to throw away the itinerary, load up the tank with gas, strap on the saddlebags and just go wandering. That’s exactly what the team at On Snow Magazine did, exploring the hidden gems and unfamiliar territory of Ontario’s Highlands with an openness to embrace the unknown. What they found in Haliburton Highlands, Hastings County and the Ottawa Valley is “an amazing network of old rail line trails, old logging roads, some open field running and some deep wooded, and windy adventure trails” – along with friendly accommodations, great food and welcoming communities with a few surprises. Click here to read the full story, and view the video below to see the adventure unfold.
At the beginning of this season, I got the idea to cycle one large loop of old railroad bed before the leaves turned in the fall and the snow closed in. I love setting goals on the bike; It seems like this happens on a micro and macro level constantly. This became my goal for […]