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We spent the night in Niagara Falls to see them lit at night and then the next morning biked a section of this trail between Niagara Falls and Fort George. It is a very nice trail and not a lot of traffic, at least not...More
Explore the untamed and wild beauty of Niagara Glen. The Nature Reserve is spread across 4 km of trails. You can access the reserve via a metal staircase is the steepest part of the gorge. Niagara Glen is a landscape for the whole family overlooks...More
When you come to Niagara on the Lake expect to walk.
Weather its main street or the garden trail along the water it's just so great.
This is an annual trip for us and we can't get enough.
Make sure this one is on your...More
The Niagara Parks Garden Trail is spectacular. Its a lovely walk, very relaxing and fun looking at all the flowers. The view of the Niagara River is pretty. Highly recommend the Niagara Parks Garden Trail and taking a drive down the Niagara Parkway to the...More
We were riding our bikes along the recreation trail and came across this place. Not only is it free but they have something for everyone. It would be great to explore this more and look around. Definitely stop by if you're in the area.
Niagara on the lake has several wineries. It had a small town feel with local shops and eateries. The area is very scenic and lush with nice walking trails. The trails near the lake are nice and the water is beautiful. You can see Toronto...More
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Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about... More
Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about 12K. There are lots of gorgeous homes and properties along the river to admire as you walk, in addition to many wineries you can stop in at and sample their stock. We ate a good lunch at a nice spot right along the trail, maybe about 4 or 5 K from where we started in Fort George in NOTL but I can't remember the name of it :-(
It looked like there was lots of parking at Fort George so I'd recommend starting there and just walk for however long you feel like along the trail. You can get your 4-5 miles in no problem. Not sure if the parking there is free or not, we bussed it there from Niagara Falls.
There were also plenty of little picnic areas with parking along the trail between Queenston and NOTL so you could also start your walk at any of them if you find an area you'd like to explore.
Have fun and enjoy the scenery!