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Greenbelt Route

 

 

Greenbelt Route

More than 475 kilometres of cycling adventures await you in the beautiful, protected countryside of Ontario’s Greenbelt. Enjoy lush forests, winding rivers, welcoming communities, and family farms, as you ride across this stunning landscape.

 

The one-of-a-kind Greenbelt Route was developed by the Waterfront Regeneration Trust, building on their leadership creating the Waterfront Trail, and adding to a growing network of long distance cycling routes across Ontario. With several connecting routes mapped and signed to and from the Waterfront Trail, you can now make use of existing non-motorized trails and ravine pathways to create your own custom Greenbelt cycling holiday.

 

The Greenbelt Route is also part of 27 municipal active transportation plans, and owned and maintained by those municipalities. As the latest addition to an impressive and growing provincial bike route network across Ontario, the Greenbelt Route is enhancing the richness of life in and around the protected green space and fertile farmland that surrounds the Greater Toronto Area. Catering to the growing cycle tourism industry in Ontario by connecting cyclists to natural features, cultural attractions, and local amenities, the Greenbelt Route makes it easy to explore everything the Greenbelt has to offer.

 

The launch of the Greenbelt Route in summer 2015, celebrates a decade of the Greenbelt—the solution for fresh air, clean water, delicious local food, a thriving economy, and a place for all Ontarians to recharge and connect with nature. Permanent protection of Ontario’s Greenbelt means this experience is something that will be here for generations, a place for your children’s children to cycle and explore.

 

Get your Green Belt Route map here!

 
 
 
 
 
Telephone: (416) 960-0001
Website: http://greenbelt.ca/route
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