This is a trail that is accessible to the folks on both sides of the Etobicoke Creek. This is one of many trails in and around Mississauga that allow for the use of bicylces on and off roads, through natural and urban settings. This great network of trails was developed through the City Master Plan as well as through the support of the Mississauga cycling committee.
The trail runs along the natural border between Mississauga and Toronto.
This is a long meandering trail in the river bed area of the Etobcoke Creek. Stretching from the 401 in the north to Ponytail Drive in the south.
Submitted by Bike Brampton - "From the trailhead cycle south through some of Brampton's most beautiful urban parks.
Alternative travel north into Caledon for a more natural experience. Stop for refreshment in Brampton's downtown or at Butter and Cup bakery in Caledon."
This is a combination cycling, scenic, natural trail that links parklands and sub-urban areas.
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