By: Zviko Gwekwerere
Some summer days are meant for laying around the pools and soaking up the sun, but other days you seek adventure; something that makes your heart race. Here are three places around Sudbury to get out and have some fun!
63 Cedar St.
Unleash your inner lumberjack, or just get out some frustration at Northern Axperts Lounge. Grab your friends and try your hand at axe throwing! With an axe throwing coach by your side, you and your friends will be pros in no time. If you fall in love with the sport, there is also a league that plays every Tuesday night.
1981 Old Burwash Road
Take yourself to new heights at Arc Rock Climbing located in the South End of Sudbury. With 7,000 square feet of climbing terrain and walls 35 feet high, it’s the place to be for rock climbing in Sudbury. Sign up for an Arc Start membership to get unlimited access to climbing, climbing gear and yoga classes for 30 days. Also included in this membership are climbing classes to get you started on the right foot. If heights are your thing, watch out for Arc’s events through the summer, including outdoor climbing!
206 Ramsey Lake Rd.
Summer days are better spent on the lake, located on Ramsey Lake, the Sudbury Canoe clubs offers patrons a variety of water sports. With the fixated price of a student membership, you can get access to sea kayaking, windsurfing, stand up paddle boarding and among other activities for the entire summer! The Sudbury Canoe Club also hosts various events through the summer like the Dragon Boat Festival and the Canadian Marathon Canoe championships.