Bike Trails / Rail Trail : 13 items found
  • Easy to Advanced - The Georgian Rail Trail going from Collingwood through Thornbury to Meaford is one of the more popular bike rides for locals and tourists. This pleasant and easy bike path follows the coast of Georgian Bay. It offers glim...
    Total Trail Km: 32
  • Easy to Intermediate - The Cataraqui rail trail is a popular route for bicycle riders looking to get off busy roads and find solitude. Situated in cottage/farm country north of Kingston, this well maintained trail travels east to west. Star...
    Total Trail Km: 104
  • Easy to intermediate - The Omemee rail trail is a popular 35 km bike ride in eastern Ontario starting from Peterborough or Lindsay. An easy ride on crushed gravel makes for a good outing with family or friends. Being part of the Trans Canad...
    Total Trail Km: 35
  • Intermediate to Advanced - The Hamilton to Brantford Bicycle Rail Trail is one third of the full length of the rail line which continues through Paris to Cambridge -- a total of 80 km and part of the Trans Canada Trail Network. Rated as one...
    Total Trail Km: 32
  • Easy to Intermediate - The 44 km Uxbridge to Lindsay rail trail is the closest rail trail on the eastside of Toronto for bike riders. Most of it is well maintained as it is part of the Trans Canada Trail project that crosses Canada. A good...
    Total Trail Km: 64
  • Easy - The Caledon Rail Trail cuts through typical Ontario farm country with numerous vistas. One of the most popular rail trails likely because it was one of the first and is the closest one outside of Toronto. As a result the path is well...
    Total Trail Km: 39
  • Advanced to Expert - Seguin Rail Trail is not your average Rail Trail, as the terrain can be rough, not so much leisurely cruise and more suited for cross country type of MTB ride. This trail is best ridden with a hybrid or MTB bike as th...
    Total Trail Km: 75
  • Intermediate - This North Simcoe Rail Trail also includes the 22 km Tiny Trail north to Penetanguishene that was originally route of the North Simcoe Railway. This route covers scenic farmland, large wetlands and a few historic points.S...
    Total Trail Km: 52
  • This Simcoe County rail trail is an easy, quiet ride with little traffic. Scenery changes from treed sections to open marshes with creeks and a few bridges. A very straight trail with crushed gravel and good for a hybrid bike.
    Total Trail Km: 28