• <h2>August 25, 26 and 27 2017</h2>
9th Annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival!
  • <h2>Timmins Wake Park</h2>
Gillies Lake Conservation Area, Timmins Ontario.
  • <h2>Summer Concert Series</h2>
Celebrate the days of summer with live musical performances featuring local talent. <a href="http://www.tourismtimmins.com/tourism-timmins-news/timmins-summer-concert-series/">Full details...</a>
  • <h2>Glamour and Camping...</h2>
Experience the glamour of the wilderness without roughing it. Glamping - a unique expedition.
  • <h2>Golfing Fun</h2>
Stay, Play and Relax - Cedar Meadows Resort and Hollinger Golf Club.
  • <h2>Timmins Museum</h2>
Arts exhibits, community programmes, kids activities, film events and more
 

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Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>August 25, 26 and 27 2017</h2>
9th Annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival!
  • <h2>Heart of Gold Triathlon</h2>
Swim, bike and run on Sunday July 9th, 2017 in the fastest growing sport in North America!
 

Summer Fun

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Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>Summer Concert Series</h2>
Celebrate the days of summer with live musical performances featuring local talent. <a href="http://www.tourismtimmins.com/tourism-timmins-news/timmins-summer-concert-series/">Full details...</a>
  • <h2>Celebrate Diversity</h2>
Timmins Multicultural Festival - experience the ethnic diversity that makes Timmins one of greatest communities in the north!
 

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Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>Trails Hiking</h2>
Discover Timmins wetlands, interior forests and  wildlife habitat.
  • <h2>Free admission, no long lines.</h2>
Get off the beaten path and discover natural attractions only Mother Nature could create.
  • <h2>Moose Hunting</h2>
 Join in the moose & bear hunting trips season in Timmins Ontario.
 

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Fall Fever

 

Winter Wonderland

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SNOW, it’s our favourite four letter word. Every Year we get piles of it. How many inches you ask? Actually, we measure our snow in feet, and most winters it’s so high we prefer to share it rather than shovel it. We also like to make things with it, like trails and tracks and moguls. We’ve discovered that it’s even good for holding up your ice-fishing rod just right. You might even spot the odd igloo, although we recommend one of our more comfortable hotel rooms, or cozy resorts.

Snowshoeing

snowshoeThe Porcupine Ski Runners offers a fully signed snowshoe trail system designed to suit everyone from experienced to novice. You’ll share the stunning beauty of the Boreal Forest with snow hares, partridge, snowy owls and the occasional moose in a never-ending winter wonderland that will leave you breathless. The Porcupine Ski Runners offers locker facilities and snowshoe rentals. Trail maps are available from their website.

705.360.1444 | www.porcupineskirunners.com

Snowmobiling

SnowmobilingThe Timmins Snowmobile Club maintains over 440 km of groomed trails in the area. Thanks to an abundance of snow, our trails are wide and smooth and said to be some of the best in the world! This world-class trail system is well-signed and patrolled day and night to ensure a safe and hassle-free experience. It is part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs providing access to a network of some 30,000 km of groomed trails. Timmins is one of the few cities in Ontario that allows access to many accommodation properties, restaurants, gas stations and shopping from a number of designated and business-friendly trails.

705.264.7066 | www.timminssnowmobileclub.com

Cross Country Skiing

xc-skiLocated only 3 km from downtown Timmins, the Porcupine Ski Runners is one of the largest cross country ski clubs in Canada. Boasting a new $1.7 million dollar Xstrata Copper Chalet and approximately 30 km of scenic and groomed trails, some fully illuminated for night skiing, visitors can enjoy an incredible winter experience. The Porcupine Ski Runners offer locker and snowshoe rentals. Visit their website for trail maps.

705.360.1444 | www.porcupineskirunners.com

The Porcupine Ski Runners annual Loppet is a chance for the whole family to enjoy a day of cross country skiing in a fun and friendly environment. Whether you are a competitive skier or new to the sport, there is a distance and category for you. We’ll provide you with a hot lunch, a chance at dozens of draw prizes, and a relaxing social atmosphere after the race in the beautiful Xstrata Chalet.

Downhill Skiing

Chair liftsThe Kamiskotia Snow Resort is located 20 km west of Timmins and is the winter destination for downhill skiers and snowboarders. The resort features 12 runs (the longest is 1067m), 2 surface lifts, 2 chair lifts and a 122m vertical drop. It also boasts a first class chalet and bar, 2 cross country ski loops and a snow tube park as well as offering snow school and equipment rentals.
705.268.9057 | www.kamiskotia.com

Ice Fishing

Ice fishingWith hundreds of waterways surrounding the Timmins area, ice fishing is a popular winter activity for anglers in search of perch, whitefish, lake trout, speckled trout, northern pike and walleye. Many lakes can be accessed from roadways in just a short hike or snowshoe while snowmobiles can travel to the more remote locations. For local season and licensing details, see the Ministry of Natural Resources contact information below.

705.235.1300 | www.mnr.gov.on.ca

Dog Sledding

Dog sleddingNorth Bark Tours has a great team of Alaskan Racing Huskies and professional guides to take you on a trip down snow packed trails. Dog sledding is an experience like no other. The speed of the dogs on open air trails is a winter novelty. North Bark Tour offers tours to all group sizes from small to large and everything in between. There is a tour for everyone. From an hour and half to full day tours are available. Not only will you have the opportunity to meet the dogs you can even drive your own sled.

705.363.3647 | www.kamiskotia.com/?page_id=5122