By air:   Travelers can reach the area of Sudbury by airplane via the Sudbury Airport (airport code YSB). This is a small airport which is served by  Air Canada Jazz (which flies commuter flights from the Pearson International Airport in Toronto (YYZ)) and Porter Airlines (which flies from the Toronto Island airport (YTZ) and offers connections to/from Ottawa, Boston, Chicago, Montreal, Newark and Quebec City).  Regularly scheduled flights are also available through Bearskin Airlines, who fly to and from several other locations including Ottawa, Thunder Bay, Timmins and Sault Ste. Marie.  The airport is located approximately one half hour’s drive from Sudbury .  

Upon arrival:   Visitors frequently opt to rent cars upon arrival at the Sudbury Airport and to continue on to their Sudbury destination by road. Avis, Enterprise, and National all offer car rental at the airport.   Airport shuttle service is available from the airport to local hotels and establishments.  Taxis are also available directly outside the arrival terminal.

By car:   There are two major highways which enter Sudbury ; the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 17) and Highway 69 (Hwy 400).  Travelers can use either of these to reach the area.  An alternative route used by travelers coming from north of Sudbury is Highway 144.  Specific driving directions can be obtained at or  Drive time from Toronto, Ontario is between 3.5 - 4 hours. 

By train / bus:   Alternatively, travelers can reach Sudbury by train or bus.   There is a bus station in the city served by Greyhound with regularly scheduled coach buses to and from all major cities in Canada.  There are several buses per day to Toronto.  The bus offers much better/regular service then the train at this time.   There is a train station located within the city, however this only services local trains to Capreol.  The Sudbury Junction Train Station (on the city's outskirts - far east end of Lasalle Blvd) is served by VIA Rail and offers more destinations including:  the "Lake Superior" train connects Sudbury to White River; "The Canadian"  which goes from Vancouver to Toronto via Jasper and Sudbury.