Cycling the Greenbelt

More than 475 KM of Cycling Adventures

Naturally Niagara

Connecting more than 475 kilometres of beautiful, serene countryside of Ontario’s Greenbelt. This cycling adventure from Niagara to Northumberland awaits, as you enjoy lush forests and winding rivers, cycling through some of southern Ontario’s stunning and breathtaking landscapes. Discover more about the stunning Greenbelt Route.

The Greenbelt Route travels through the Niagara Region between the communities of Queenston and Grimsby.

Fruitland Ramble (23km) – Niagara Day Trip Itinerary

Great Lakes to Greenbelt – This route showcases Ontario’s extraordinary trails and two signature cycling routes: the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and The Greenbelt Route. Ranging from 30 kilometres to 49 kilometres, three loops are available in the Niagara Region.

Wine Country Roundabout (50km) – Take in the scenery and heritage on this trail as you explore the heart of Niagara’s Wine Country on this 50 kilometre trail.

Short-Dalhousie Shake-up – (38km) – Cycle along this gentle terrain from Short Hills Provincial Park to Port Dalhousie.

Garden City Glide – (30km) – From Port Weller and Port Dalhousie to St. Catharines and the Welland Canal, cycle around the Garden City.

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Ranked #1 of 11 things to do in Queenston

BGandM

New Jersey

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If you need a place to picnic and to run the kids, this is a large, green park with a view down to the Niagara River and Lake Ontario. If you have the time and wherewithal, the restaurant offers...

Susan W

Vancouver, Canada

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Take the walking path around the park starting at the Brock monument. Look over the escarpment where a formative battle in 1812 & 1813 was waged. Nice parkland. Not many places to sit.

Robby G C

Toronto, Canada

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Queenston Heights Park had wars, but the Canadians won. However they have a beautiful monuments The best is the Best is the Brock . Monument. Everybody comes here for the Brock Monument. There is...

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