Physical Activity

The Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin areas have endless options for being active.

Being active doesn’t have to be difficult. There are many ways to make active living part of your every day. If you haven’t been active lately, start slowly. Find activities you enjoy, and increase your activity level by 10 minutes a day. Gradually increase your activity level when the activity becomes part of your regular routine.

Ages and stages

Being physically active is beneficial for all age groups. Find out just how much physical activity is needed for individuals throughout the lifespan, including pregnancy, the early years, childhood, youth, adults and older adults.

Being active

Learn about ways to be active in communities throughout the Manitoulin and Sudbury districts, and the City of Greater Sudbury.

Walking

Learn more about walking, including tips on getting started and staying active through indoor and outdoor walking.

Cycling

Cycling is a great form of physical activity. Find out more about the cycling basics, getting started, learning to cycle, where to cycle in your community and using cycling as a mode of active transportation.

Skate exchange

Do you need a pair of skates or have extra skates you no longer use? Learn more about the local Skate Exchange Program.


This item was last modified on September 21, 2017