Hitch up your horse, grab your walking stick, strap on your roller blades, swing onto your bicycle or start your scooter to head out on a grand adventure along this 140 km, wheelchair accessible (in many parts), trail, that does not allow cars and motorcycles.
Water is the touchstone for this trail with the two Great Lakes on either end and the Niagara River and the Welland Canal linking it all in a loop. There are many trails involved, the Niagara River Recreational Trail, the Waterfront Trail, the Welland Canals Parkway and the
Trans Canada Trail Link.
Bike Train http://www.biketrain.ca/toronto-niagara-greenbelt-express/accommodations
Cycle And Stay Niagara http://www.cycleandstayniagara.com/
Harries, Kate. Following new paths. Toronto Star. September 16, 2004.
Zoom Leisure Bike Tours and Rentals http://www.zoomleisure.com/
Greater Niagara Circle Route
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