Niagara Peninsula and Surroundings Bike Paths and Rail Trails

Cambridge, Ontario

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Festival Country meanders along the north shore of Lake Erie from Port Rowan to Fort Erie, passing through the fruit and wine producing region of Niagara, and finally reaching Ontario’s Mennonite com- munity, with its time-honoured traditions. One urban area leads into the next at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city of Toronto dominates the landscape for many kilometres in all directions. One urban area leads into the next at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city of Toronto dominates the landscape for many kilometres in all directions. And, just as you think you have finally left Toronto city traffic behind, you enter one of the large towns that surround the metropolis. Among these are the very pleasant towns of Oakville, Burlington, and above all, Hamilton, which is tucked away at the end of the lake. There are some interesting places to visit along this route, but the real treasures in this part of Ontario are found on the south shore of the lake. Little by little, urban areas give way to vast, furrowed fields and vineyards that grow some very good wine. Finally, you reach the area's most splendid natural attraction, Niagara Falls, which has impressed visitors from all over the world for more than a hundred years. This Trail Guide consists of a series of maps showing multiple biking routes in the Niagara Peninsula and Surrounding Areas.

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"Festival Country meanders along the north shore of Lake Erie from Port Rowan to Fort Erie, passing through the fruit and wine producing region of Niagara, and finally reaching Ontario’s Mennonite com- munity, with its time-honoured traditions. One urban area leads into the next at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city of Toronto dominates the landscape for many kilometres in all directions. One urban area leads into the next at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city of Toronto dominates the landscape for many kilometres in all directions. And, just as you think you have finally left Toronto city traffic behind, you enter one of the large towns that surround the metropolis. Among these are the very pleasant towns of Oakville, Burlington, and above all, Hamilton, which is tucked away at the end of the lake. There are some interesting places to visit along this route, but the real treasures in this part of Ontario are found on the south shore of the lake. Little by little, urban areas give way to vast, furrowed fields and vineyards that grow some very good wine. Finally, you reach the area's most splendid natural attraction, Niagara Falls, which has impressed visitors from all over the world for more than a hundred years. This Trail Guide consists of a series of maps showing multiple biking routes in the Niagara Peninsula and Surrounding Areas."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Cambridge
Trail Type: Several options
Driving Directions: Directions to Niagara Peninsula and Surroundings Bike Paths and Rail Trails

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