Niagara-On-The-Lake Loop (43 km)
This Grand Loop starts from the Clock Tower in the Olde Town and passes a number of wineries on the way to the Welland Canal. Watch ships "climb the mountain" before returning west to a leisurely cycle along the Niagara River Trail. Stops of interest include the Printing Museum in Queenston and the St. Catharines Museum (just south of the QEW Skyway 1 km). Thanks to the RNBC for providing this map.
Niagara is one of Canada's undiscovered cycling meccas. There's so much to see and do here, and even better, there are great places to ride! Click below for information on cycling in Niagara!
Some of the information presented on this site involves various routes and trails that many Niagara Cyclists use everyday. We can not take any responsibility for any accidents that may happen when using these routes. As always, ride responsibly!