Niagara River Recreational Trail

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One of the best features of Niagara is the ever gorgeous Niagara River Recreational Trail. The 53km paved trail is excellent for biking or hiking and winds along the river and through the leafy forests of the river bank.

The trail is part of a larger system that includes the Trans Canada Trail, the Waterfront Trail, the Greater Niagara Circle Route and the Greenbelt Route. There are historical sites, museums, restaurants and picnic areas all along the trail. It stretches from Niagara on the Lake to Fort Erie, and will take you about two hours to cover.

If you plan to cycle, you can take your bike with you on the WEGO bus system and on the Falls Incline Railway, so it is easy to transport your bike between the upper Fallsview tourist and hotel area, and the Niagara Parkway. The Toronto-Niagara Seasonal GO Train Service provides service between Toronto’s Union Station and Niagara Falls Station. Niagara Falls Station is just one block from the Niagara River Recreation Trail.

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