SummaryTrail GuideTopo MapReviewsPhotosGPS
Myths, Miracles and Pathways Professional Review and Guide
"This tour begins in Niagara-on-the Lake, the first capital of Upper Canada, and travels through Queenston Heights, one of the province’s oldest towns. Passing under the shadow of Brock’s Monument, it follows the Niagara Recreational Trail along the Niagara River. It then climbs high above the rapids at the Niagara Generating Station, and heads to the Seventh Wonder of the World, Niagara Falls. Surface: Asphalt, very little gravel. Recommended Bicycles: Touring/Hybrid/Mountain."
--John Lynes, Cycling in Ontario (Ulysses Travel Guides).
A majority of this ride is fantastic. However as the trail approaches the falls it becomes a bit treacherous with traffic, narrow paths to ride, and a lot of people/cars. That said, the part near Niagara-on-the-lake was unexpectedly beautiful and wonderfully set up for riding.
The best time to travel is on the off season. The tourist who use the four wheeld vehciles are always lost and can never seem to know where they are going. Thus, as a cyclist...you'll probably get runned over. Stick to the trails and not the road.
great detail review of this trail ... the only issue is that it did not show the names of the trails that intersect with it ..
Sign in/up to upload photos.