The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail in Kingston between Lake Ontario Park and Porstmouth Olympic Harbour is closed for repairs.
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There will be a temporary Great Lakes Waterfront Trail closure between Bowmanville Ave and Port Darlington Road in Bowmanville and Port Darlington (aptly enough) due to Trail surface upgrades.
The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail on 10th Street is closed due to bridge reconstruction
The City of Owen Sound temporarily closed sections of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail located in the heart of Kelso Beach Park and near the Harry Lumley Bayshore community centre due to high water levels, wave action and debris on the trail.
After standing on site at Alex Robertson Park for nearly 20 years, the wind turbine located in Alex Robertson Park at the Pickering Ontario Power Generation facility will be decommissioned and dismantled, resulting in temporary Trail closures.
The Pauline Browes Future Leaders Fellowship provides students with hands-on learning opportunities in Rouge National Urban Park to cultivate Canada’s next generation of conservation leaders.
Did you know that the WRT releases itineraries and maps from each year’s Great Waterfront Trail Adventure free for download and print after the tour is over? And GWTA 2019’s tour info from Sault Ste Marie to Sudbury is now posted to our self-guided cycle tours page.
The power of the lake is beautiful. Cresting waves sweeping across piers and the shore fills you with a sense of awe and daring. However the lake’s power should be treated with respect.
There is something special about a loop. Whether you are walking, biking, rollerblading or any activity for that matter, the experience seems to be always more memorable if you can get back to where you started without retracing your steps.
“The best bike is the bike you already have” – Jo Sharland, GWTA Tour Director Welcome to another year and another adventure. Now that 2019 has officially taken the top spot on the calendar and the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure (July 28, 2019 – Aug 2, 2019) has set its sights on northern Ontario, it’s […]