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Chrysler Canada Greenway


In the Essex Region, we are fortunate to have more than 80 km of connected, safe, off-road greenway trails. These include the Chrysler Canada Greenway, the Cypher Systems Group Greenway, and the Rotary (1918) Centennial Hub. These trails were designed for multiple uses, including hiking, cycling, nature observation and in some areas, for horseback riding.

The 50 kms Chrysler Canada Greenway is one of Canada's most beautiful trails for hiking, biking, running, birding and cross country skiing, and in some areas, horseback riding.

Located in the Essex Region, the Greenway joins 25 otherwise separate natural areas, including regional Environmentally Significant Areas and provincial Areas of Natural and scientific interest, and three watersheds.

You'll see rich agricultural lands, historically and architecturally significant structures, award winning wineries and many other features that make the Essex Region unique.

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