This trail runs 58 kilometers (36 miles) from Historic Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake to Fort Erie. Used by non-motorized ... More
Niagara River Recreation Trail
This trail runs 58 kilometers (36 miles) from Historic Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake to Fort Erie. Used by non-motorized traffic, the trail divides into four sections, each taking up to two hours by bike.
It all began 12,000 years ago when a huge trench was carved to create this spectacular natural wonder. At the
time, the Falls were about 7 miles down river in the Lewiston Queenston area. In their present position, the ...
Holding the distinction of being the oldest state park in the nation, this 400 acre preserve also contains what has
been called one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World; the Falls themselves. Walk along miles of trails, ...
Located at the narrowest point of the Niagara River, a few kilometers north of the Falls , this adventure offers
visitors a spectacular view of some of the wildest whitewater anywhere. You can walk along a boardwalk a few ...