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Alvar Treasure Rides
Mississagi Lighthouse, one of many lighthouses on Manitoulin
Enjoy the Sandhill Cranes and their spectacular size and sound.
Alvar on the South shore of Lake Huron
Relax on Providence Bay’s Sand Beach
Perivale Gallery one of many very fine Art Galleries
Sugar Maple witness tree found at Maja’s Garden in Mindemoya
Big old Barns are fast becoming relics of the past
Vista from Ten Mile Point lookout over Georgian Bay and the North Channel.
One of the many inland lake stops
The century-old swing bridge in Little Current still swings every hour for 15 minutes to let the boats make the passage between Georgian Bay and the world-famous sailing destination found in the North Channel.
Northern Ontario is so quiet you can hear the bird's wings while cycling along our quiet country roads. Everything moves at a leisurely pace on Manitoulin lsland, so much so, the locals call it "Manitoulin Time".
Manitoulin lsland has become one of the most sought-after cycling destinations in Ontario with over 800 km of suggested cycling routes and over 45 km of off-road trails, and 108 picturesque inland lakes.
It’s a great place to plan a cycle tour in Canada. You will have
a chance to visit beautiful Art Galleries, some featuring
exquisite native art from the Ojibawa First Nations living on
OK Cycle & Adventure Tours
Katherine Morewood, Travel Consultant
13378 Wellington Ave
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 388
Toll Free 1-888-621-6818
TICO Ontario Registration # 50022848
Group 1 - 280 km
Day 1: 58 km & Ferry - Start: South Baymouth Ferry terminal,
short stop at the fisheries, late lunch in Manitowaning, looking at the old Ferry ending the day at a beautiful lake side lodge on Lake Manitou.
Day 2: 55 km - Start: Along Lake Manitou to Mindemoya ending
at your lake side cottage
Day 3: 60 km - Loop: Mindemoya to the famous Bridal Veil Falls
in Kagawong and back to Mindemoya
Day 4: 56 km - Loop: Lake Mindemoya, Perivale, Spring Bay and
back to Mindemoya
Day 5: 51 km & Ferry - Start: Mindemoya, Providence Bay
beach, Tehkummah, back to the Ferry Terminal
Group 2 - 463 km
Day 1: 76 km & Ferry - Start: South Baymouth Ferry Terminal,
short stop at the fisheries, late lunch in Manitowaning visiting the old ferry, to Sheguiandah, ending the day at a beautiful lake side Lodge on Lake Manitou.
Day 2: 97 km - Start: Along Lake Manitou back to Manitowaning
along Bidwell Rd. with lunch at Kicking Mule Ranch, Tehkummah to Mindemoya and around the beautiful lake Mindemoya to your lake side Cottage
Day 3: 111 km - Loop: Mindemoya to the famous Bridal Veil
Falls in Kagawong, visiting Gore Bay for lunch at the lake
visiting one of our craft brewers. Out to Evansville, Spring Bay and ending at your Cottage.
Day 4: 96 km - Loop: Mindemoya to Spring Bay, lunch at
Tobacco Lake, to lce Lake, along the winding Perivale Rd. to Spring Bay, along Sand Rd. back to your lake side Cottage near Mindemoya.
Day 5: 83 km & Ferry - Start: Mindemoya to Providence Bay
beach, up Yonge St. to Mindemoya, meandering along Lake Manitou to Big Lake, through Sandfield, back to the Ferry Terminal.
Price: $985 + HST = $1,113.05 (double occupancy)
$1,200 + HST = $1,356 (single occupancy, spaces limited)
Schedule: When you arrive, we will be waiting in the South Baymouth ferry terminal. We will take your well-marked luggage to your accommodation. We will provide you with a phone number you can call, should you have mechanical problems and we will make sure you get to where you need to be (please be sure to bring at least one inner-tube with you that fits your bicycle). At the end of the tour we will be waiting for you at the Ferry terminal in South Baymouth with your luggage at 3:15 pm. Ferry departure is 3:50 pm.
Experience Level: Manitoulin has very gentle hills and not much elevation on the route chosen for this particular package. We will have two groups, starting and ending the day in very close proximity, making it ideal for cycling partners with different riding needs and wants.
Bike rentals available at: www.sportsrentals.ca in Toronto
Payment & Cancellation Policy: 50% minimum deposit required. Final payment deadline is 35 days before your cycling holiday begins. $125 is non-refundable in the event of cancellation before the final payment deadline. No refunds after the final payment deadline.
Make Cheques payable to:
“OK Cycle and Adventure Tours lnc. in Trust”
Electronic banking is available. 3.5% surcharge for Visa and MC and AMEX payments*. Receipt will be acknowledged by email.*please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request credit card form.