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.
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“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 […]
Another great Great Waterfront Trail Adventure has come and gone, but you can experience the spirit of the tour through the eyes of youth ambassador and honorary tour director Stephanie Woodworth’s video. Find out what the Trail means to Stephanie and many others here.
A gap of approximately 30km presently exists in the Trail between Grand Bend and (just north of) the village of Bayfield.
Trail improvements to Great Lakes Waterfront Trail / Martin Goodman Trail will result in local travel restrictions from July 23 to November, 2018.
East Beach Road in Port Darlington is under construction with an expected completion of late 2018 / early 2019.
The Brighton Swing Bridge over the Murray Canal is closed for reconstruction now through mid-September, 2018.
For some, it was the novelty of carrying the “Google Car” camera on their backs and taking ownership of that the telltale smudge beneath their 360 degree Streetview photo, for others it was a test of endurance, but for all involved, it was a labour showing passion for their communities and the Trail that connects them […]
Ontario’s Waterfront Trail was referred to as “a ridiculously pretty ride” on a list of 10 bike trails to love. Read Marianne Wisenthal’s 2015 article from The Loop, here and find out about many other great trails in Canada too. Happy Trails!
A new waterfront park along Lake Ontario from Bluffer’s Park to East Point Park in Toronto is coming. You are invited to submit comments to the Ministry of the Environmment & Climate Change by July 16, 2015.