Niagara River Recreation Trail
The Niagara River Recreation Trail meanders through some of the most beautiful countryside in the world.
Walk, bicycle, run, rollerblade or wheelchair this 56 kilometre (35 miles) scenic 2.5 metre (8 foot) wide paved trail which runs parallel to the Niagara River from Historic Fort Erie in the south to Fort George in the north.
The scenic trip is not only beautiful, but entertaining and educational as well by stopping to read and study the markers and memorials along the way.
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This site is supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Active 2010 Recreation Program, The Ministry of Natural Resources, The Ontario Trillium Foundation and trail users like you!
Hiking & Walking, Cycling - Roads & Paths
Natural, Scenic, Historic
Wheel Chair Accessible
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