Algoma Country is a combination of breathtaking scenery, welcoming communities, great food and fantastic accommodations. It is not surprising that the Grand Algoma Route has been named the top weekend motorcycle tour in Ontario for two years in a row!
The famous Highway 129 has been nicknamed by riders as Ontario’s “Tail of the Dragon” with the miles of twists and turns that follow the Mississagi River. Beginning your tour either in Sault Ste. Marie or Thessalon, we recommend traveling north up the 129 to Chapleau, then the 101 to Wawa. Be sure to take that epic photo in front of the Wawa Goose, before heading south on Highway 17 back to the “Soo”. Get ready to enjoy jaw dropping scenery with the views on the Lake Superior Coastline.
This route will give you a taste of what you can expect when you take the plunge to Ride the Mighty Lake Superior. Three States, one Province and the Greatest of all the Great Lakes. This is a tour that should be on every riders bucket list. Motorcycle riders looking to experience that epic journey visit www.ridelakesuperior.com
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Select Your Route:
Grand Algoma Tour
Distance: 682 km / 424 mi
Ride along side Lake Superior and one of the top 10 drives in Canada from Sault Ste. Marie to Wawa Ontario.
Algoma North Tour
Distance: 328 km / 203 mi
Starting in Wawa near beautiful Lake Superior ride north to White River and take Hwy 631 then east on Hwy 11 to Hearst.
Ride Lake Superior
Distance: 2,300 km / 1,450 mi
Ride around the largest Great Lake, Lake Superior is humbling, scenic and spectacular as you travel through three states and one province.
Island North Tour
Distance: 218 km / 117 mi
Ride and experience great scenic stops including the Loon Dollar monument and Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site.
Deer Trail Tour
Distance: 120 km / 72 mi
Take the road less travelled and explore the Deer Trail Touring as you wind and pass through the city of Elliot Lake on this journey of breathtaking vistas.