About the Route
The 475 km Greenbelt Route connects cyclists to Ontario's beautiful, protected countryside from Northumberland to Niagara and will take six or more days to ride end to end. The Greenbelt Route uses country roads (primarily) and rail trails, with a variety riding experiences. The Caledon Rail Trail is a meandering, family-friendly section, while the Oak Ridge Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment including some challenging climbs as you explore in Ontario’s Protected Greenbelt. To complete the entire Greenbelt Route in six or so days, the distance between suggested overnights ranges from 50 -105km, but it can be done over a longer period, or broken up into day or week end trips.