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Just back from one of our all time favorite trail rides, if you haven't read my previous review, we. Usually start around Treguno farm area, across the street is the first good parking areas to picnic and get started on the bike trail along the...More
We took the horse drawn carriage tour through the Botanical Gardens. You can buy a ticket at the Butterfly house. The ride was informative, enjoyable, relaxing & wonderful. This is a great way for the elderly to see the gardens.
Yes, the Falls are spectacular, as well as the Gorge and Whirlpool, but the truly best part of this region is the continuous park system that runs the entire length of the Canadian side of the Niagara River, from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Stop almost...More
This bike/walking path has something for everyone. It's safe, easy to navigate, and has some very beautiful views. There are wineries on the other side of the road, a few small local stores with fresh fruit and snacks, and benches along the way. This is...More
A complimentary visit to this small village, after the Falls. The route is magnificent, with some extraordinary houses. Then, when reaching the village and the Lake, the atmosphere is really nice. A lovely place.
This trail is great for travelling along the Niagara river. There are multiple parking areas (both paid and unpaid) were you can stop and go for a walk. You can even use it to bike to your favourite attractions and avoid the parking fees. The...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!