The City of Greater Sudbury is the largest city in Northern Ontario. Historically a center of lumber and nickel mining, Sudbury also holds the distinction of having 330 lakes within its city limits. The best options for running in Sudbury are paths along Lake Ramsey, some other multi-use trails, and trail running for all abilities in the lake areas around the city.
The best place to run in Sudbury along the waterfront is the path at Bell Park along Lake Ramsey. The Junction Creek Path is another easy multi-use trail in the area. There’s easy to moderate trail running along Kelly Lake, and extensive trail running options for all abilities in Lake Laurentian Conservation Area and adjacent Bennet Lake. If in the downtown area, the best bet is a couple of trails just north.
Runners should note that Sudbury has frigid, snowy winters. The average January high is -8C and the city receives an average of 263 cm of snow.