Calling all hikers, cyclers , skaters and wheelers!


Celebrate Canada Day, Friday, July 1st, by taking part in the 5th Annual John Rowswell Hub Trail Festival brought to you by the Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority and the City of Sault Ste. Marie.

This is a free, family event that encourages everyone to Walk, Ride or Roll your way along the Hub Trail from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Discover the Hub Trail and reap the benefits – make it work for you. Everyone is welcome from hikers and cyclers to skaters and wheelers.

Start at any one of 15 passport stations by asking for a passport. At each station you will receive a stamp on your passport for the section of trail you’ve completed. You can go to one station or visit them all. Keep your eyes open for fun activities, great give-a-ways and more.

Passport Stations
1. Catalyst Fitness
2. Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
3. Algoma University
4. Sault Cycling Club
5. Algoma Public Health
6. Sault Ste. Marie Horse and Pony Club
7. Velorution
8. Sault Area Hospital
9. Prouse Chevrolet
10. Searchmont Resort/Canadian Cancer Society
11. Sault Naturalists
12. Marconi Club
13. Mill Market/Entomica
14. Parks Canada
15. Jumpstart Bicycle Rodeo (Children ages 2 to 12)

Return your completed passport to the “Jumpstart Bicycle Rodeo” station located under the Farmer’s Market Tent at the Roberta Bondar Pavilion before 2 p.m. to enter prize draws. One lucky person will win an Electra Townie courtesy of Velorution and Back In Motion Physiotherapy. Draw is at 3 p.m., you must be present to win.

The Hub Trail Festival is delighted to welcome back the Children’s “Jumpstart “ Bicycle Rodeo. This is a passport station as well as an activity area for children ages 2 to 12. Children can demonstrate their riding skills in an obstacle course to test balance and
proficiency. Children who take part in the Bicycle Rodeo will have a chance to win a bicycle courtesy of Canadian Tire.

Please remember this is a Garbage Free event.
*Assistive mobility devices are welcome, recreational scooters and electric bikes are prohibited.

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