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Trail of Distinction

ON trail distinction badgeWe are honoured to be recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport as a Trail of Distinction along with the Greenbelt Route, Trans Canada Trail Ontario, The Bruce Trail and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs Trans Ontario Provincial Trails.


Ontario 150 Celebrate By Bike

Ontario150 flash final1Ride the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail & the Greenbelt Route for over 3000 km of Extraordinary Coastal and Countryside cycling.


Visit www.OntarioByBike.ca/150 for

15 Events, 15 Itineraries and 8 Cycling Camps.

@CelebratebyBikeON  #BikeON



Trail to GO Signage Installation Underway

Rouge Hill Trail to GOTrail to GO signs marking low traffic or traffic-free links betweens 11 GO Transit Stations and 300 kms of Great Lakes Waterfront Trail are starting to make their appearance. Great help for commuters an explorers! This is photo from the Rouge Hill Station. Click here for more information and mini-itinerary ideas.



Trail Closures/Detours


Detour Sign

Oakville Map 2-5: The bridge over Lakeshore Rd in Oakville Harbour is closed. Trail users head north on Forsythe to the bridge on Rebecca St. and return to the Trail via Navy Street-a .6km detour. Careful it can be busy.

Mississauga Map 2-8: Construction underway on the culverts at Applewood and Serson Creek. Trail is open but may be re-routed slightly to avoid work. Completion July 2017.

National Rouge Urban Park Map 2-16 or 3-1-Parking lot closed due to high water levels. Check conditions at https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge.


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