Tweed has long been the gateway to cottage country for northbound campers and cottagers, and this quintessential half-day ride takes you just close enough to “North of Seven” territory to get a real feel for the backwoods. You’ll start in the village where you can pick up any last-minute needs, but once you’re out of town, consider yourself in it for the long-haul.

Find a picnic spot on Otter Creek road at kilometre 19.2 or if you’ve got the gusto, wait it out ‘til you get to the bridge at kilometre 36.5 after all of the climbing is behind you. The rail trail back into Tweed will feel like a piece of cake!

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