Welcome to Sudbury
Sudbury gets props for making something out of nothing. In the 1880s, it was but a desolate lumber camp called Ste-Anne-des-Pins. Then, when the Canadian Pacific Railway plowed through in 1883, the discovery of a mother lode of nickel-copper ore transformed the dreary region into the biggest nickel producer worldwide. By 1920, industrial toxicity and acid rain had killed the trees and fouled the soil, leaving... Read More
Top experiences in Sudbury
2-Day Canoe Camping Expedition from Sudbury
Self-guided 2 day / 1 night Canoe Camping Expeditions on the tranquil and scenic River Stour which weaves its way through the Dedham Vale & Stour Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - enjoy the landscapes that inspired some of the nations best known artists incl. Turner, Constable and Gainsborough.