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WTSignsGreat Lakes Waterfront Trail Maps--PDF, Google-based and mapbook

The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail follows the shores of Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, connecting communities from Grand Bend to the Quebec border. It is marked with signs bearing the logo of the bird, leaf and fish.

In 2016 we started adding "Great Lakes" to the signs to recognize that by 2017 we will have expanded to all of Canada's Great Lakes, just touching Lake Superior in Gros Cap. You'll find both marks along the route. It is the same Trail.

 

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Explore our interactive online map of the Trail

 


Lake Ontario Mapbook 2016 cover

Buy a mapbook - online or at Mountain Equipment Co-op Stores (MEC)

There are two editions of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail Mapbook: the Lake Ontario/St. Lawrence River Map Book covering Niagara to  Quebec, and new in 2016 the Ontario's Southwest Mapbook, which covers the Trail from Niagara to Grand Bend

 

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Download and Print Free detailed PDF maps.

 


 
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 Greenbelt Route Maps both online and pdf are available at www.greenbelt.ca/route

The new 475km Greenbelt Route runs north of the Waterfront Trail in the Oak Ridge Moraine and Niagara Escarpment from Alnwick/Haldimand to Niagara. It is a stunning countryside route with great vistas and rolling terrain that can be challenging. The Waterfront Regeneration Trust led the 3-year intiative to develop the signed, countryside route with generous support from the Friends of the Greenbelt. The Route connects cyclists to 7 regions and 22 municipalities, and to the Waterfront Trail. Thanks to our community partners, Ontario By Bike, CAA and to the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation.

 

Important information:

WARNING: These maps, itineraries, and trip suggestions have been developed to assist Trail users in planning both their recreational and commuting trips along the Waterfront Trail. It shows signed routes of the Trail, as well as possible routes and connections in areas where routes have not yet been designated as part of the Waterfront Trail. The possible routes and connections have been identified in consultation with the municipalities and Conservation Authorities of Lake Ontario and from Trail users. Some of these possible routes and connections may not be ideal for cycling, in-line skating, or hiking. They may be unsuitable for some Trail users because of the close proximity to vehicular traffic or unsuitable trail surface. Whenever possible, indicators have been placed on the maps to warn of caution areas. However, be prepared to make your own evaluation of traffic, trail and road conditions, and plan routes appropriate to your riding, in line skating, and hiking skills and your comfort level. This map is not intended as a guide for children.

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