The Niagara River Recreational Trail was created in 1986, and offers 56 km of cycling along the Niagara Parkway by historical sites, wineries, restaurants, shops, fruit stands and more.
Paralleling the Niagara River, the trail extends from historic Fort Erie past the majestic Horseshoe Falls, to Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
We just finished a piecewise round trip from Lake Ontario (fort Mississauga) to the Falls. We walked in roughly 4 mile stretches (and then back to the car), over several trips and this trip we...
We've been riding our bikes on this trail for quite some time now and we love it. The path is never the same - rolls down, slight inclines, nice turns, scenic views and nature all around. You can...
We cycled with two other couples who all had varying levels of cycling experience. Fairly easy bike ride with lots of interesting attractions and vistas.