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Lambton Shores Trail

Lambton Shores Trail

This route follows the picturesque Lambton shoreline of Lake Huron, offering opportunities to enjoy world-class beaches or explore the beautiful Canatara Park – an area of Carolinian forest containing numerous winding trails through the woodlands.

Back Roads, Group 4

Lakeshore - Thames River Trail

Lakeshore - Thames River Trail

This route offers beautiful panoramic views of Lake St. Clair along quiet streets lined with cottages. A portion of the route also meanders alongside the Thames River on Tecumseh Line. Explore the rural landscape and learn about the French heritage surrounding the communities of Pain Court, Grande Pointe and Mitchell's Bay.

Back Roads, Group 4

Pelee Island Trail

Pelee Island Trail

A short ferry ride from Kingsville is Pelee Island – the southernmost point of Canada. Pelee Island provides an excellent route to cycle or walk and it is also the first island to be selected as part of the Waterfront Trail. The main road follows close to the Lake Erie shoreline all around the island, through farmland, vineyards and beaches.

Back Roads, Group 4

St. Clair River Parkway Trail

St. Clair River Parkway Trail

Enjoy long stretches of amazing waterfront views as you ride by charming riverside towns and historical sites. Two ferry crossing locations are available to transport cyclists from Canada to the U.S., providing connections to neighbouring trails. Sarnia is the largest city along Lake Huron and is the northern ending point for the St. Clair Parkway Trail, which is one of three recreational drives in Ontario.

Back Roads, Group 4

Galloping Goose Trail

Galloping Goose Trail

It’s so close to the city, yet so far away. Once you’re immersed in the trail, the hustle and bustle of the city falls away and you’re greeted by tree lined paths, ponds, streams, fern and moss covered trails and natural beauty. You’ll see people jogging, cycling, running and walking – all soaking up the serene beauty. There are many lagoons along the way and if it’s a nice day, take a swim, it’s guaranteed to be refreshing.

Back Roads, Group 4

Vancouver Island Tour

Vancouver Island Tour

Vancouver Island is a natural gem. It’s naturally stunning and the sights and sounds will leave you in awe of this magnificent place. There is so much to see and do – it just depends how much time you have to spare. Some attractions are a must. The Butchart Gardens will dazzle you with its floral display. The wine tours will leave you with a thirst for more and hiking the remote Wilderness Parks will make you want to get lost for a while – it’s so beautiful.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

12-Day Classic Central Italy Circle Tour

12-Day Classic Central Italy Circle Tour

Be swept away by the breathtaking countryside as you travel through central and southern Italy. Discover the Adriatic Coast, with its scenic seaside towns, or the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii. Marvel at the imposing Mount Vesuvius and explore the streets of Naples before heading back to Rome.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

13-Day Romantic Venice to Rome Adventure

13-Day Romantic Venice to Rome Adventure

Start making memories in the beloved Adriatic city of Venice! From there, travel through the foothills of the Alps to stunning Lake Como. No trip to Italy would be complete without a stop in Pisa to view its famous Leaning Tower, or a visit to Florence. Travel the Tuscan countryside to complete your journey in the "Eternal City" of Rome.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

Missouri Drive / Ride Vacation

Missouri Drive / Ride Vacation

Are you looking to head in a new direction on your next road trip? Missouri may be just the place for you – it lays midway between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

Katy Trail

Katy Trail

The Katy Trail is ideal for foodies and history buffs alike. Begin your cycling adventure in St. Charles, Missouri, by visiting the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site and the Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center for a peek at life in the 1800s.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

Great Allegheny Passage Cycling Routes

Great Allegheny Passage Cycling Routes

The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a world-class, 241-km rail trail that connects with the C&O Canal Towpath, extending for 537 km.

Back Roads, Group 5

Pennsylvania Drive / Ride Vacation

Pennsylvania Drive / Ride Vacation

Pennsylvania is rich in culture and history and overflowing with opportunities for fun and excitement. There are countless charming shops, historic sites and battlefields, wineries and, of course, family amusements.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 5

New Orleans, Louisiana Drive / Ride Vacation

While heading south through Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, be sure to enjoy the pleasant scenery. Beautifully wooded hills and rolling farmlands cover much of these states. Get ready for some southern hospitality as you continue your journey through Alabama and Mississippi to Louisiana.

Family Friendly, Group 5

St. Petersburg, Florida Drive / Ride Vacation

When the snow arrives, it's time to head south for the winter. One of the most popular routes is Interstate 75. Most travellers are anxious to reach those sunny Florida beaches and don't take the time to enjoy the sights en route. Why not extend your drive and explore the many attractions along the way? From outdoor adventure buffs to culture lovers, there's something for everyone.

Family Friendly, Group 5

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

Are you travelling to the Tampa Bay area and looking for a new way to explore one of Florida's most visited spots? Why not consider a bicycle trip! Starting from St. Petersburg, FL, cycle the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail to Tarpon Springs, FL. Discover this abandoned railroad corridor that provides a unique, protected green space for walking, jogging, skating and biking.

Family Friendly, Group 5

Tammany Trace Trail

Originally a corridor for the Illinois Central Railway, the Tammany Trace is now a scenic trail for all levels of riders. It serves as a wildlife conservation corridor, linking parks, wetlands and historic landmarks. Observe the natural habitat of the bayous, streams and rivers from any of the 31 bridges built on the original railway trestles.

Family Friendly, Group 5

Old Railway Trail, Algonquin Park

Step back in time and enjoy the breathtaking fall colours of Algonquin Park ! This scenic bike trail follows an abandoned bed of the historic Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway that ran between 1896 and 1959.

Family Friendly, Group 1

Turquoise Trail Cycling Route

Why not hit the road to New Mexico and discover a cyclist's paradise? The Turquoise Trail, a national scenic byway connecting Albuquerque, New Mexico and Santa Fe, is full of historic old west charm, unique shops and galleries, and the truly spectacular Sandia Mountains.

Back Roads, Group 1

New Mexico Drive / Ride Vacation

While on your way to New Mexico's Turquoise Trail, make the most of your road trip. Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas have many attractions and events to enjoy along the way! For a change of pace and a glimpse into the past, drive along portions of the Historic Route 66.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 1

Prince Edward Island Cycling Route

Start your cycling vacation in the province's capital of Charlottetown. The "Birthplace of Confederation", Charlottetown is full of history and lively culture that you'll want to return to again and again.

Back Roads, Group 1

Prince Edward Island Drive / Ride Route

This driving route will take you through the cities and small towns that make this part of the country well known for its culture, picturesque coastlines and welcoming hospitality! Take in the ocean breeze, scenery and plentiful fresh seafood that awaits you in Atlantic Canada.

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 1

Kettle Valley Railway Trail

This is a multi-use recreational trail in the Okanagan Valley area that follows the abandoned and historic Kettle Valley Railway. One of the most scenic portions of this ride is the 20 kilometre section through Myra Canyon, but the entire trail (winding over 18 trestles and 2 tunnels) is filled with truly breathtaking scenery for all to enjoy. Riders can also learn the history of the railway trail with the help of informative signs along the way.

Family Friendly Group 2

Okanagan Valley Drive / Ride Route

Whether you start your Western Canada adventure in Calgary or Vancouver, you'll be amazed by the spectacular Rocky Mountain vistas along the Trans-Canada Highway. Don't miss your chance to visit the many national and provincial parks along the way!

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 2

Seneca Lake Winery Cycling Trail

This 126 km cycling route begins and ends at Watkins Glen State Park, one the most picturesque locations in the area. The scenic glen, which drops about 400 feet in 2 miles, is highlighted by rock formations and 19 waterfalls as well as impressive hiking trails that go over, under, and through gorges.

Wine Country, Group 2

Finger Lakes Drive/Ride Vacation

Pick the Finger Lakes Region for your next cycling vacation! This area is home to glacier carved lakes, stunning waterfalls and scenic parks. Choose to explore quaint towns, unique museums, wineries or fabulous shopping opportunities!

Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 2

Essex County Winery Route

Tour and taste Canada's most southern wine region. Enjoy the communities of Amherstburg, Harrow, Kingsville, Leamington and the award-winning wineries they offer! Also, a short ferry ride away is Pelee Island, where you can explore the island's vineyards and great beaches. An event you won't want to miss is the Shores of Erie International Wine Festival, held in Amherstburg in early September.

Wine Country Group 3

Prince Edward County Winery Route

Prince Edward County is a fantastic place to cycle with short distances between towns. The quiet country roads showcasing the scenic vistas along Lake Ontario make this a preferred route for cyclists. Explore the quaint little towns of Picton, Bloomfield and Wellington while enjoying art galleries, studios, shops, museums and wineries. This cycling route will take you through some of the best wine growing regions of Ontario.

Wine Country, Group 3

Provence, France Cycling Route

Create unforgettable memories while cycling through the region of Provence situated in Southeastern France. This picturesque route begins and ends in Avignon. Enjoy quiet country roads that wind through vineyards, olive groves, forests and lavender fields, which inspired many of Van Gogh's well-known paintings.

Back Roads,Drive/Ride Vacations, Group 3

Windsor/Essex County

This incredible 100 km ride takes place over 2-3 days and treats cyclists to waterfront parks, gardens, and historical and cultural landmarks. Starting in Windsor, cyclists will tour the shoreline through farmlands and wineries until they finish in Point Pelee National Park – Canada's most southerly point!

Wine Country, Waterfront Trail, Group 3

Eastern Toronto Getaway

This 22.9 km route takes cyclists through attractive beaches and boardwalks, plenty of natural escapes, and many lookout points to stop and enjoy the breathtaking vistas. Cyclists will pass great attractions such as the Port Union Waterfront Park, Petticoat Creek Conservation Area and the Veterans' Point Garden!

Family Friendly, Waterfront Trail, Group 4

Elgin and Norfolk Counties Route

This route offers opportunities to visit one of the oldest wooden lighthouses in Canada and stop at the scenic and historic Backus Heritage Conservation area. Riders can also see Turkey Point and experience Ontario outdoors at Long Point Eco-Adventures!

Waterfront Trail Group 4

Norfolk and Haldimand Counties Route

This route provides cyclists with small town charm and friendliness. Experience spectacular lookouts, lighthouses and wind turbines as you feast on delicious farm fresh produce and Lake Erie perch or pickerel.

Waterfront Trail Group 4

Toronto Beaches

This 10.8 km scenic route highlights the beaches along Toronto's shoreline, starting at the Toronto Island Ferry Terminal and ending in Balmy Beach in the Beaches neighbourhood.

, Family Friendly, Group 4

Chatham/Kent County

This great route runs through Chatham-Kent County located in Southwestern Ontario, beginning in Point Pelee National Park and finishing at Rondeau Provincial Park.

Waterfront Trail Group 5

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