Eastern Ontario Bike Paths and Rail Trails

Ottawa, Ontario

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Eastern Ontario is rich in natural wonders. In the south, enjoy the allure of the St. Lawrence River, the cool clean waters of Lake Ontario and the area's unique attraction, the Thousand Islands. Travelling north along the meandering Rideau River, take in the rolling hills and the spectacular scenery of the Ottawa Valley, home to Canada's capital, Ottawa. Savour the pageantry, the history and the impressive natural sights found along the Ottawa River and the Ontario-Quebec border. This hospitable region has been welcoming new inhabitants ever since, and some villages have since developed into lovely cities, like Kingston, while others, having preserved their old-fashioned character, have become popular vacation spots. Vast, rolling fields greet visitors who explore this magnificent region.

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"Eastern Ontario is rich in natural wonders. In the south, enjoy the allure of the St. Lawrence River, the cool clean waters of Lake Ontario and the area's unique attraction, the Thousand Islands. Travelling north along the meandering Rideau River, take in the rolling hills and the spectacular scenery of the Ottawa Valley, home to Canada's capital, Ottawa.

Savour the pageantry, the history and the impressive natural sights found along the Ottawa River and the Ontario-Quebec border. This hospitable region has been welcoming new inhabitants ever since, and some villages have since developed into lovely cities, like Kingston, while others, having preserved their old-fashioned character, have become popular vacation spots. Vast, rolling fields greet visitors who explore this magnificent region."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Ottawa
Trail Type: Several options
Driving Directions: Directions to Eastern Ontario Bike Paths and Rail Trails

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May 2018