Our Trails

Naughton Trail Centre

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The trails are located in the Naughton Trail Centre off Regional Road 55 in Naughton, which is in the west end of the City of Greater Sudbury. The terrain is rolling to moderately hilly, with numerous rock outcrops, typical of the Precambrian Shield found across Northern Ontario.  The trails are cut to take advantage these features.

The 12 km of single track trails are maintained by the WMBC.  They are open in early June once they dry out and close as early as Oct 15th.  Some of the lower trails hold the moisture, so wait one day after a heavy rain.  The rock, roots and bridge sections can be slippery during a rain and for a while after, so this is another time to avoid using the trails.  The trails can remain open after Oct 15th when conditions remain dry, so watch our website end-of-season updates.

For the traditionalist, trail maps can be found in our downloads section.  We also keep paper trails maps at our trail head.  Consider making a donation if you need one.

For the on-line and mobile device crowd, check out Trailforks to see our trails in an interactive format.   You can see all our trails with ratings and elevation profiles.  Included are the 6 routes to guide you around the system.  Just add them to your wishlist and you'll see them on your mobile device.  You can link Trailforks to your Strava account so the Club can track ridership.

This link takes you to other areas to ride in Sudbury.

If you are new to our trail system and don't know where to start, do not despair.  We have six routes to ride that have been rated for difficulty and are marked with arrows for you to follow. Click here for more info.

How to get to our trails: Google map of 1 Denis Avenue Naughton, ON P0M, CA

Our groomers ride the trails regularly, but not every day (but we wish we could!). If you notice something on the Naughton Trails that needs the attention of our trail groomers, drop an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll get to it. Trees can fall, bridges can break and rocks can roll, so let us know if you see something that has created a hazard.