Try this popular bicycle route lets you explore Warkworth, Campbellford, the locks along the Trent-Severn Waterway, and the stunning Ranney Gorge. (63 km) Start or finish in the village of Warkworth, a unique tourism cycling destination with unique shops and cafés. When heading south on Godolphin from County Rd. 35, watch for a packed-dirt, abandoned rail line .7 km along on your right hand side. This is the Trans Canada Trail marked by interpretive signage outlining the history of the Godolphin flag station. Taking this trail to your right will lead you 10 km north into Hastings where you can get a bite to eat. You can refer to our cycling map to see where the Trent River route meets the Trans Canada Trail. Take the part of the Trans Canada Trail that leads to the thrilling Ranney Gorge. Cycle across the magnificent Suspension Bridge high above the water below. East of Campbellford, you'll discover Church-Key Brewing, a former Methodist church (c. 1878) that is now home to some of the province's best handcrafted beer. Visit the locks along the internationally renowned Trent-Severn Waterway, making this Northumberland cycling trail a noted Canada road bike route. Take in the sweet scent of lilacs in the late spring. Part of this bike trail follows our lilac route. Picnic or swim at Crowe Bridge Park on Crowe River Rd., or dip your toes in the falls. Looking for a relaxed tourism cycling stay? Camping at Ferris Park is an affordable option off of County Rd. 8 - or you can stay in the nearby Emilyville Inn in Campbellford.
GPS Coordinates: 44.207204100, -77.889126800