The Greenbelt Trail passes under highway 417, crosses Trimm Drive, and comes to an end where you will see a bridge that was originally built for trains to cross over Robertson Road.
This railroad line was abandoned in 1990 and a few years later was converted into a multi-purpose trail. Here you will want to turn right and cross the old railway bridge. You will now be on the Ottawa-Carleton Trailway. From this point, the routing for your ride becomes very simple. Keep on pedalling for approximately nine kilometres until you get to Stittsville.
Information provided by the cycling in Ottawa website.
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