Length – 13+ km (one way)
95% park path
5% road, detours
Elevation – Flat sections with rolling, gentle hills on a coastline hillier than expected, due to small bluffs.
Terrain – Wide with paved asphalt; very little sand or gravel.
Skill – Easy
Maps – Well-marked by large map boards at entrance; follow the white centre line.
Traffic – This is a popular trail on sunny weekends, so expect other bikes, walkers, kids, strollers, dogs, joggers—it’s busy.
Facilities – Street parking, washrooms, playgrounds, and park benches.
Highlights – Enjoy waterfront views, biking over bridges, past marsh wildlife and beaches; note the nuclear plant and wind turbine.
Trail Fee – Free.
Phone – 416-943-8080
Access – Start your journey at one of the many parking lots along the path. Lake Driveway W. Ajax is in the middle of the route. The Pickering GO Train station is close by, just north of where you can start, for those who do not want to drive.