Best Bicycle Park and Rail Trails in Ontario: 45 Park Paths - 20 Rail Trails (Paperback)

Best Bicycle Park and Rail Trails in Ontario: 45 Park Paths - 20 Rail Trails By Dan Roitner Cover Image
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The weekend is here, the sun is out...where to go?

Plan your next bicycle adventure with this handy guide

  • 65 Trail Reviews, 152 pages
  • Top 45 Park Paths + 20 Rail Trails
  • 66 New Trail Maps and Elevation Charts (all maps were updated in 2021)
  • Most paths are 100% car-free, easy terrain, with few hills
  • Consistent review ratings, from one source - the author
  • Trail Reviews List - Length, Elevation, Terrain, Skill, Traffic, Maps, Facilities, Highlights, Phone#, Websites, Similar Trails, Local Clubs, Access & Parking Locations
  • Bonus PDF eBook version included

Discover new cycling destinations in Southern Ontario, Canada. Included are city Park and rural forest paths, plus Rail Trails. Most routes are flat, easy terrain, for safe, car-free cycling that all ages can enjoy.

After many years of riding and scouting trails, Dan Roitner has compiled extensive information,

detailed maps and photos for this guide. Start planning your next great bicycle ride today

After selling well, the author listened to readers and improved this book with more detailed trail maps and lists of parking locations in a 2021 minor update.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781999135324
ISBN-10: 1999135326
Publisher: Mediamerge Ventures Inc.
Publication Date: May 10th, 2021
Pages: 154
Language: English


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