Hamilton, Halton & Brant

More ambitious riders looking to conquer the classic challenge of a metric “Century Ride” will enjoy this 100 km route starting at the conveniently located GO commuter parking lot at Trafalgar Road and Highway 407.

A classic Halton “big ride”, the Lakeshore Fondo is an exploration of both city and country. The 70km route takes you across the shore of Lake Ontario westbound from enchanting Oakville through the beautiful, lakeside City of Burlington.

Breathtaking views of rich agricultural land and the Niagara Escarpment are everywhere on this 31km route. Park at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (Milton Velodrome) then head over to Bell School Line and down into beautiful rural Burlington.

The Village of Campbellville is home to Mennonite furniture shops, antiques and popular spots for food and ice cream. Halton’s First Nations Heritage is richly celebrated at the Crawford Lake Iroquoian Village .

Start at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (CISCO Milton Velodrome during the Pan Am Games in 2015), a distinctive landmark set below the iconic Rattlesnake Point, which is also home to both the Ontario Cycling Association and Cycling Canada’s Track Program.

From outside Halton, take your bike on the GO Train or use the convenient parking at the Oakville GO Station. Head up through the heart of the former Trafalgar Township, named back in 1806 after Cape Trafalgar where Horatio Nelson led the English fleet to victory.

This 37 km route begins along the rural roads of Halton Hills, cycling across the top of the Region and into downtown Acton. The historical home of the tanning industry, which first began here in 1844.

Head off on your 60 km journey into the pastoral farmland of Halton Hills and make your way to the Village of Limehouse where limestone was quarried and burned in limekilns from the early 1840’s

Paved from Brantford to Richardson Road, then stone dust trail to Simcoe, Detour around closed rail bridges at Waterford.

Hamilton Conservation Trails

Get outdoors and explore the many great trails in the City of Hamilton. These pathways provide important links to natural areas, valley lands, the Niagara Escarpment, Lake Ontario, and neighboring municipalities.

Hamilton Brantford Rail Trail

The Hamilton Brantford Rail Trail is actually two connecting trails, the West Hamilton - Jerseyville Trail maintained by the Hamilton Region Conservation Authority, and the Jerseyville - Brantford Trail of the Grand River Conservation Authority.

Hamilton Bike Routes & Trails

Hamilton has grown into a cycling-friendly community and today it provides a combination of off-road multi-use paths, on-street dedicated bike lanes and on-street signed bike routes for recreational riders and commuters alike.