Getting Here

While Northeastern Ontario is undeniably a vast and beautiful region, it is also very easy to access by road, rail, or air.

By Road

Highway 400/69 and Highway 11 connect the region with Southern Ontario and Trans-Canada Highway 17 provides an East/West corridor, meaning the region is less than four hours from Toronto, Ottawa or Sault Ste. Marie.

Multiple bus lines offer service to major destinations throughout the region, as well as guided bus tours.

By Rail

Ontario Northland and Via Rail both offer passenger rail service to multiple destinations in Northeastern Ontario.

By Air

The major city centres of Sudbury, North Bay and Timmins are easily reached by air with frequent flights to destinations in Canada, the United States and beyond. Airlines providing service to the region include Porter, Air Canada, WestJetBearSkin Airlines, and Air Creebec Inc.

 

Driving to Northeastern Ontario