TRAIL NOW FULLY OPENED FOR MULTI-USE
(where deemed opened)
ATV permits are REQUIRED on the Lanark section
(Arnprior to Smiths Falls)
The map on this webpage shows areas that have received upgrades. It is not meant to act as an "open/closed" map at this time (like a snowmobile trails condition map).
Be sure to check the map page to ensure that you are not trespassing on closed (or non-upgraded) trail sections.
Algonquin Trail to Expand Multi-Use Through Pembroke and Laurentian Valley
Recently the Councils of the City of Pembroke and the Township of Laurentian Valley agreed to the inclusion of motorized/multi-use activities on the sections of the Algonquin Trail that pass through their municipalities. These decisions align with the overall purpose of the Algonquin Trail / Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail to be a four-season multi-use trail.
The Work Continues on the Algonquin Trail
One of the biggest Algonquin Trail builds by the County of Renfrew will be starting this week! Twenty-one kilometres of the trail, from Renfrew to Cobden, will be graded, packed, and an application of stone dust to make this multi-use trail even more usable by all authorized users. This will complete the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail/Algonquin Trail from Smiths Falls to just past the Village of Cobden..
The 296km Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail is a multi-use corridor that stretches from near Smiths Falls to just shy of Mattawa, passing through Lanark County, Renfrew County (where it is also known as the Algonquin Trail) and Papineau-Cameron Township.