Waterfront Trail

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The Waterfront Trail is made up of an interconnected series of trails mainly along the shores of Lake Ontario in Canada, beginning in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario and extending to Brockville, Ontario, with an extension along Former Highway 2, to the Quebec provincial border. Through Toronto, the trail is called the Martin Goodman Trail.

Stretching over 1600 km along the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair, Lake Huron and the St Clair, Detroit, Niagara and St. Lawrence Rivers, the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail connects:

86 communities and First Nations
3 Great Lakes
4 Bi-national Rivers
3 UNESCO Biospheres
20 Provincial Parks
3 National Parks including Canada’s First National Urban Park
21 National Historical Sites
394 municipal parks
64 conservation areas
121 beaches, including 13 Blue Flag awarded beaches
3 major wine regions
28 historical main streets
12 Bicycle Friendly Communities
16 Ontario By Bike Regions; 427 businesses designated as bike-friendly
12 international border crossings

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