Winter Trails Open House at the Sault Golf Club

This weekend, the Sault Golf Club will be celebrating the opening of a new set of trails in the east end, come out to Mulligans Irish Pub at 1804 Queen Street East, on Saturday January 11th from 11:00am-4pm and explore the new trails, plus participate in a time trial race starting from the pro-shop at 2pm.

As well, the first 36 fat bikers to show up will receive beacon front and rear lights. There will be some other prize opportunities throughout the day too!

Check out a map of the new trails here and remember to be respectful of the land owners and stay on the marked trails, shortcuts and new loops may damage the golf course underneath and have access to these trails restricted.

Where’s Farmer Lake?

Farmer Lake Trail Proposal Map

Some people have asked “Where is Farmer Lake?, I’ve never heard of it!”

Hopefully, Farmer Lake is the location of the Sault’s newest trail network.

Come out and see detailed maps and provide your comments on Thursday March 21 from 5-7pm.  If you can’t come down on Thursday, you can still provide your comments and indications of support to Travis Anderson, Project Manager at FutureSSM (

Public Open House details:

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm
Location: Civic Centre – 3rd Floor Russ Ramsay Room
Address: 99 Foster Drive

We need your support!

Farmer Lake Trail Proposal Poster

Mark you calendars.  Thursday March 21 from 5-7pm is a public open house on the Proposed Farmer Lake Mountain Bike Trail Network.  Come on out and show your support for new trails in the Sault!  It doesn’t have to take long.  We will have some information posters, maps and comment sheets.  Stop by for 5 min or an hour (we love to talk trails), but do stop by to show your support.

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm
Location: Civic Centre – 3rd Floor Russ Ramsay Room
Address: 99 Foster Drive

FutureSSM has been working hard with the Sault Cycling Club and Tourism SSM on a proposal to develop approximately 15 km of new mountain bike trail.  The new trail will be purpose built for mountain biking.  Although purpose-built for mountain biking, this trail will be a multi-use trail system open to all human-powered users. Besides mountain bikers, trail users could include runners, hikers, and dog walkers in the summer months, and fat biking, snowshoeing, and backcountry skiing in the winter months.

Fat Bike the Soo with Mr. Bon Soo!

We’re going to Bon Soo! There will be bikes, music and a bonfire.

On Sunday February 10, from noon to 3pm, the Sault Cycling Club will have fat bike trails at Bellevue Park.  Come out and try fat biking for the first time – demo bikes will be available.  If you have a fat bike, bring it out and try out our advanced trail.  It may not be wilderness, but we will have some fun features to challenge you!

There will be a number of events happening at Bellevue park on that day (e.g., polar bear swim, ATV rides).  It would be great to have 100+ fat bikers out shredding the trails and showing that cycling is a year round activity enjoyed by many (we’re not just a few crazy riders…there are hundreds of us!).

We will be looking for volunteers to help build the trails in the week leading up to Feb. 10.  Watch this website and Facebook for details closer to the event.

Spread the word by printing out this poster and sharing with your friends and co-workers.