Self-guided Brewery Discovery Routes Maps provide five complete itineraries for folks looking to get out and explore breweries, cideries, Feast On restaurants, and local attractions. Along the way, participants can indulge in the flavours of artisanal cheeses, lovingly prepared culinary treats using fresh, local ingredients, premium craft beverages, farmers’ markets and scenic outlooks. Vist Site for Maps
In late May, 2013, the Share the Road Coalition released polling data, which supports its campaigns to implement better cycling infrastructure and education in Ontario. While its press release targets the Toronto area where congestion has reached epic proportions, the information nevertheless highlights that many Ontario adults want better and safer cycling. The poll was conducted by Strategic Communications Inc. of Toronto with a representative sample of 1523 adult Ontario...
As part of the World Heritage Frontenac Arch Biosphere, South Frontenac provides a unique cycling experience from both a geographic and cultural heritage perspective. The character of the landscape is best discovered by cycling along its network of paved roads that connect with two major multi-use trails, the Cataraqui Trail and the Kingston & Pembroke (K&P) Trail. On- and of-road cycling provides a variety of terrain for all ages and abilities, through forests and alongside many clean freshwater lakes. Come and explore our beautiful cycling routes
Our Mission: is to facilitate a community based conversion of the former CPR right of way between Goderich & Guelph, Ontario, to a non motorized trail connecting local communities.
The Elora Cataract Trailway is a 47 km linear greenland and section of the Trans Canada Trail system which follows an historic railway line joining two major watersheds, the Credit River and the Grand River.
Scarborough, Ontario, located in the eastern part of the city of Toronto was almagamated with the city in 1998. The region is culturally diverse, with the vast majority of residents having arrived as immigrants in the last forty years.
The 10.5 km G.A.R.T. on the abandoned Canadian Pacific Railway line, offers cyclists an accessible and safe off-road experience. While on the trail, cyclists will enjoy wildlife, trees, wildflowers and views of the Maitland River as well as post-glacial kettle lakes.
Take a break at the last covered bridge in Ontario and enjoy some great views of the Grand River. Also known as The Kissing Bridge, lovers have long used this spot to steal a kiss under the privacy of the covered bridge.
Enjoy the Mennonite countryside of Woolwich Township. Explore the villages of West Montrose (and visit the last covered bridge in Ontario), Elmira, St. Jacobs, Winterbourne.
The 47 km Huntsville to Bracebridge is a road ride listed by the Muskoka Cycling Club and described as rolling hills.
It's a casual ride for the casual cyclist, and since it takes the form of several loops, there are several points at which you can decide whether to do the whole route or opt out at one of the central junctions.
This tour starts and ends in the town of Port Rowan. There are many places to park along the main street and in a few parking lots, including at the Country Coffee on Bay Street. Alternate places to start/end include the small village of Forestville.
Camp at the Haldimand Conservation Area, Selkirk Provincial Park, or Sweet’s Corners, or stay at one of the B&B’s along the way. Food stops are in historic Selkirk, Fisherville, Sweets Corners and Cheapside.
The Lennox & Addington County Trails include 12 looping routes consisting of 600 kilometres of paved roadway where you never retrace your path, yet are able to end where you began.
This 26 km circle tour starts and ends at Jordan House B&B. Proceed west along Eighth Line to North Buxton, turning left (south) on the A.D. Shadd Road. First stop, Buxton National Historic Site. Continue south along A.D. Shadd Road to Wind Turbines.
Niagara Cycling Maps - When it comes to cycling, Niagara has it all! Whether you are looking for flat, country roads or something more challenging (hey, climbed the escarpment lately?), the Niagara region offers something for everybody.