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Ganatchio Trail


A paved trail parallel to the Detroit River featuring magnificent riverfront views whether walking, cycling or jogging, the Ganatchio Trail lets you explore 8 km of scenic trails stretching from the City of Windsor to the Town of Tecumseh. The Ganatchio Trail features three distinct sections: urban, suburban and naturalized parkland.

The original Ganatchio Trail extends 5.2 km along Riverside Drive from Lauzon Road to the Town of Tecumseh. It consists of an asphalt pathway and landscaped green space. Clairview Bikeway passes through residential streets.

Quiet landscaped paths extend the bikeway west from Lauzon Road to Isabelle Place. Rotary Ganatchio Extension, measuring 3.25 km, runs from Riverside Drive through the 200-acre Little Corridor. This is a naturalized park with a wildflower meadow, ponds and an arboretum featuring Carolinian trees.

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Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.

For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada



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