Adventure Awaits


Most Popular Adventures

From cycling the Oak Ridges Moraine to hiking the Bruce Trail, choose from this list to see what everyone is talking about.


6.2 km • Medium

Tobermory, ON

Stand at the tip of the Bruce in Tobermory. Look out for dramatic cliffs, the turquoise waters of Georgian Bay, large tracts of forest and diverse wetlands.

Scenic, Family-Friendly, Climbing

Escarpment Expedition

22.4 km • Easy/Moderate

Hamilton, ON

This loop is a great way to explore the iconic Niagara Escarpment along trails that have easy connections to nearby historic downtowns.

Swimming, Scenic

Forks of the Credit

5.9 km • Moderate

Caledon, ON

At Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, you can enjoy the scenic views of the waterfall at the cataract, hike through old hydro station ruins and spot some of Soutern Ontario's diverse wildlife.

Scenic, Waterfall

Holland Loop Taste Ride

68km • Moderate/Advanced

King, ON

Cycle alongside Ontario's 'vegetable patch': The Holland Marsh. This impressive 68km ride will take you through rich agricultural land and picture-postcard villages with stops at artisanal bakeries and wineries and farm-to-table restaurants serving up delicious local fare.

Discovery Route, Cycling

Oak Ridges to Lake Loop

199.9 km • Moderate/Advanced

Burlington, ON

A multi-day cycling itinerary that features some of the most scenic, unique attractions and culinary experiences in the region.

Family-Friendly, Scenic

Trail Facts

Get Inspired

Did you know?

The Ganaraska Forest is named after an Aboriginal settlement whose name means

"the spawning place"

due to an abundance of fish in the river

Did you know?

You can visit

Picturesque orchards and farm-to-table restaurants

on the Glen Major Farm-to-Table Discovery Route?

Did you know?

You can get a great view of the

Cheltenham Badlands

on the Credit River Ride

Use for a quick and easy way to find fresh local food for you and your family


Tourism Partners

Greenbelt Municipalities

Twenty three local area municipalities and seven regions own the Greenbelt Route, and will manage it going forward. These municipalities made significant contributions to the creation and implementation of the route.