Hiking and Biking 

Grab a map, some bug spray and your hiking shoes, it’s time to hit the trail!


In 2016, Viamede Resort partnered with the Kawartha Land Trust to expand the trail network that runs through and around the property.

The 9 kilometers of trails are arranged into 3 major loops: the blue trails (3.5 km), yellow (2km), and red (3.5km), and are open to hikers, cross country skiers, snowshoers, dogs, and people.

Using a mix of land owned by Viamede Resort, Kawartha Land Trust, and various private landowners, the trails include Canadian Shield, limestone formations (The Chute), wetlands, and a beaver dam.

Disc Golf Course

The Peterborough Disc Golf Club built and maintains a challenging disc golf course on the Viamede property running through forest trails. Read more about the course here.

General Trail Guidelines

  • All trails are used at your own risk.
  • No overnight use, fires, or alcohol are permitted on the trails.
  • The township requires that dogs are kept leashed on the trails.
  • Please clean up after yourselves, your dogs, children, and husbands.
  • No motorized vehicles are permitted.
  • Please do not collect any animals or plants from the trails.
  • Please help us keep the trails clear – if a branch has fallen on the trails, please move it to the side.
  • There are many old trails branching off the coloured loops – at each intersection, please keep an eye on the markers. Please do not stray from the marked trails as some others lead onto private property.


Bring your wheels or borrow one of ours to explore Stoney Lake by bicycle.

From pedaling around the resort, up the road to Petroglyphs Provincial Park, or all the way around the lake, the Kawarthas offers a wide variety of cycling routes and loops.

Here are some route ideas to get started:

Making Viamede your home base means that after a day of riding, you can come back for a swim and then relax on the patio with a cold drink.