The Greater Toronto Area Bike Paths and Rail Trails

Toronto, Ontario

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Toronto's growth over the last 20 years has literally redefined the city. It has blossomed into a metropolis with a decidedly cosmopolitan air. Nowhere else in Canada are there as many different ethnic communities, a characteristic that distinguishes the city from the rest of Ontario and also with the Toronto of old. This cultural mosaic has created a dynamic microcosm, making Toronto the heart of culture in English-speaking Canada. The Greater Toronto Area has something for everyone: excellent off-road cycling, a well-developed waterfront and world-class entertainment. When combined with its renowned inner-city cycling network, it is no wonder Toronto happens to be one of the most cycling-friendly cities in the world. Although busier than the riverside trails, the islands offer a view of the city skyline on one side, Lake Ontario on the other and people-watching opportunities galore everywhere in between! This Trail Guide consists of a series of maps showing multiple biking routes in and around the Toronto Metro Area.
Ontario's Bike Paths and Rail Trails

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Ontario's Bike Paths and Rail Trails

by John Lynes (Ulysses Travel Guides)

Toronto's growth over the last 20 years has literally redefined the city. It has blossomed into a metropolis with a decidedly cosmopolitan air. Nowhere else in Canada are there as many different ethnic communities, a characteristic that distinguishes the city from the rest of Ontario and also with the Toronto of old. This cultural mosaic has created a dynamic microcosm, making Toronto the heart of culture in English-speaking Canada.

The Greater Toronto Area has something for everyone: excellent off-road cycling, a well-developed waterfront and world-class entertainment. When combined with its renowned inner-city cycling network, it is no wonder Toronto happens to be one of the most cycling-friendly cities in the world. Although busier than the riverside trails, the islands offer a view of the city skyline on one side, Lake Ontario on the other and people-watching opportunities galore everywhere in between! This Trail Guide consists of a series of maps showing multiple biking routes in and around the Toronto Metro Area.

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Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Toronto
Trail Type: Several options
Driving Directions: Directions to The Greater Toronto Area Bike Paths and Rail Trails

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1/22/2008
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Toronto city offroad trails are the best. Going through parks etc is comfortable, scenic and safe. As for the rail trails I'm not a big fan because of the straigh monotony.



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