Plan your route and explore the 53.8 km Kawartha Trans Canada Trail with our interactive map! Use your mouse to pan left and right, and zoom into the map to get a better look at any of the exciting locations along the trail.
Use the Category Selector Tabs to select which points are displayed on the trail map.
Points of Interest
Switch between Google’s Terrain View (set as default), Satellite View, or Standard View to explore the area around the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail. You can also use the map to discover local businesses in the surrounding communities.
With the standard Google Maps interface you can use Google Street View to get a better look at any of the road crossing along the trail. Simply drag the yellow character on the bottom right to the road you would like to view. Roads will highlight in blue if Street View is available. You can return to the map at any time.
Prohibited Uses: With the exception of snowmobiles, all motorized vehicles including ATV’s and dirt bikes are not permitted on the trail.
The trail surface is ideal for hiking, walking and running, all of which have a powerful effect on your health. There is a bench about 1 km east and west of Lindsay, Omemee & Reaboro. Walk there and back every day, enjoy the fresh air and reap the benefits.
The trail is suitable for hybrid, cyclocross and long distance touring bikes (anything with a wider tire). Enjoy this relatively flat surface free from traffic and the flora and fauna along the way.
Horseback riding is a great way to enjoy the trail and experience the natural beauty of our region. The crushed limestone surface is suitable and safe for horses. Please help keep the trail beautiful and safe for other users by cleaning up after your horses.
Just because there's snow on the ground doesn't mean you can't still enjoy the outdoors on the trail. During winter months, the trail is an ideal location for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Uxbridge to Opmar Road is groomed by the ‘Heart of Ontario’ Snowmobile Club. The rest of the trail is not groomed, but snowmobiles are welcome. There is currently no route through the town of Lindsay for snowmobilers.