The 6th Annual Amazing End-to-End Cycling Holiday along Ontario's waterfront will meander the shores of Lake Erie in 2013. Check out the itinerary page for an idea of what to expect.
Ride 60 to 100 km a day, hop on and off the support shuttles to spend as much time shopping, wine tasting, and visiting historical sights as you do cycling.
Discover the beauty of the shores of Lake Erie, explore the character of off-the-beaten-path communities, satisfy your thirst for history, and accomplish something of which you can be proud.
This recreational bike tour will span seven days and cover 600 kilometers, from the Township of Lakeshore, near Windsor, to Fort Erie, Register for the full week or a few days from Aug. 11-17, 2013.
Click here to go to the Registration Page
GWTA 2012 Photography
Catch a glimpse of the GWTA and what it's all about from beginning to end!
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SNIPPETS OF WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Hop-on, Hop-off at any rest stop. Cycle the sections you want to ride and spend more time shopping, eating, wine tasting, exploring historical sites by hopping on and off the shuttle vans.
- Register for any number of days or the
- Check out the itineraries for more updates.
The Great Waterfront Trail Adventure is an annual cycling holiday that travels the Waterfront Trail route. Every single day of this fully supported tour includes the WOW Factor – the Wonderful Ontario Waterfront; and for 2013 we'll be exploring Lake Erie. Discover vibrant communities and beautiful parks; experience delicious
local food and entertainment; enjoy charming shops and unique local businesses.
Read Paul Wilson's article on the GWTA 2011 published in the Hamilton Spectator
"I did it last year and now I am hooked. This is an addiction that I don't want to kick. Did I say I loved it. The communities along the way were so incredible in the way they came out and greeted, fed, supported us as we made our way along the route. The staff organizing this trip are beyond wonderful!"