The Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Bike Path

Toronto, Ontario

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What could be more appealing than cycling with the wind at your back, the sunshine on your face and the sound of the waves lapping against the shores of Lake Ontario? The Waterfront Trail stretches from Trenton, alongside Quinte Isle, to Niagara-on-the-Lake, spanning a total of 350km. Along the way, it runs through 28 towns and villages (notably Brighton, Port Hope, Oakville and Niagara-on-the-Lake), more than 100 parks, historic sites, museums, and other natural and cultural attractions —not to mention some breathtaking panoramas. There are as many reasons to drag you away from the trail as there are to keep you on it! Once little more than post-industrial wastelands, these shores have been invested with new life. Cyclists share the trails with walkers, in-line skaters and joggers. It is marked with signs bearing the Waterfront Trail logo: a stylized bird, leaf and fish (representing the sky, the land and the water) in blue and green.

The Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Bike Path Professional Review and Guide

"What could be more appealing than cycling with the wind at your back, the sunshine on your face and the sound of the waves lapping against the shores of Lake Ontario? The Waterfront Trail stretches from Trenton, alongside Quinte Isle, to Niagara-on-the-Lake, spanning a total of 350km. Along the way, it runs through 28 towns and villages (notably Brighton, Port Hope, Oakville and Niagara-on-the-Lake), more than 100 parks, historic sites, museums, and other natural and cultural attractions —not to mention some breathtaking panoramas.

There are as many reasons to drag you away from the trail as there are to keep you on it! Once little more than post-industrial wastelands, these shores have been invested with new life. Cyclists share the trails with walkers, in-line skaters and joggers. It is marked with signs bearing the Waterfront Trail logo: a stylized bird, leaf and fish (representing the sky, the land and the water) in blue and green."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Toronto
Trail Type: Several options
Driving Directions: Directions to The Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Bike Path

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May 2018