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Bicycling and Mountain Biking

    IMBACanada works to create, enhance, and preserve great trail experiences for mountain bikers across Canada:.

Equestrian Trails


Greenways and Community Trails

Hiking Trails

Long-Distance Trails

    Avon Trail winds for 100 kilometers from St. Marys, Ontario to Conestogo, Ontario, and forms a link between the Thames Valley and Grand River trail systems:

    Bruce Trail Association is dedicated to the development and maintenance of over 800 kilometers of trails on the Niagara Escarpment:

    Ganaraska Hiking Trail, developed and is maintained entirely by volunteers starts in Port Hope, on the north shore of Lake Ontario and after more than 400 km connects with the Bruce Trail near Glen Huron:

    Grand Valley Trail is a marked footpath stretching 250 km between Rock Point Provincial Park on Lake Erie to the town of Alton

    Iroquoia Club is responsible for the maintenance and planning of the 120 km section of Bruce Trail from Grimsby to Kelso:

    Oak Ridges Trail Association has developed 110 km of about 230 km of potential trail on the Oak Ridges Moraine 60 km north of Lake Ontario:

    Rideau Trail is a footpath stretching 300 km. between Kingston on the shore of Lake Ontario and Ottawa, Ontario:

    Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is a 44-km trail traversing three unique landscape: agriculture, urban and natural environment:

    Trans Canada Trail is one of the world's longest networks of multi-use recreational trails:

    Voyageur Trail Association is developing and maintaining a hiking trail across Northern Ontario that will eventually run 1,100 km from Manitoulin Island, along the north shore of Lake Huron, and north around the top of Lake Superior to Thunder Bay:

    Walter Bean Grand River Trail will run 78 kn in the proximity of the Grand River, extending the Cambridge-to-Hamilton trail system as one continuous pathway through Kitchener, Waterloo, and Woolwich to north of West Montrose:

    Waterfront Trail stretches 650 km from Niagara to Quebec along the Canadian Shores of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River:

Off-Highway Vehicle Trails

Rail Trails and Canal Trails

Snow Trails

Waterway and Boating Trails




Join us in Chattanooga, Tennessee in November 2010 for the 20th National Trails Symposium!

photo of people on downtown river trail

Updated March 1, 2015

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