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Photo – Greenbelt Explore
Building on the success of the Greenbelt Route, we are excited to bring you a new tool offering customized itineraries throughout the beauty of Ontario's protected Greenbelt. Greenbelt Explore includes the 475km Greenbelt Route, twelve 1-day and overnight cycling loops, 21 Greenbelt Walks, and 3 Brewery Discovery Routes—with stops at beaches, waterfalls, B&Bs, antique shops, and more along the way. There's something for everyone! Plan your trip today.

Photo - Celebrate Ontario 150 By Bike Celebrate Ontario 150 by Bike!

To celebrate our passion for cycling, we are excited to announce a joint partnership with Ontario by Bike, the Waterfront Regeneration Trust and Share the Road Cycling Coalition. With support from the Province, we're connecting 15 communities along the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and Greenbelt Route through 15 unique events and itineraries.

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Photo - Ontario Trails of Distinction Ontario Trails of Distinction We are excited to share news that the Greenbelt Route has been recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport as one of five inaugural Trails of Distinction. Click to learn more and plan your Greenbelt Route adventure!

Photo - Greenbelt Photo Contest Exhibit Greenbelt Photography TourThe Greenbelt Photo Exhibit is moving to Clarington Town Hall! After being showcased at McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the winning photographs from last year's contest are on the move. Catch them in Clarington for the summer!

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Photo - Greenbeltfresh Pick-Your-Own Greenbelt ProduceMarkets and pick-your-own farms are blossoming—now is the time to head into the Greenbelt to see where and how our food is grown. Many berries and peas are ready now, and corn is on the way. Greenbeltfresh has your guide!

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More Greenbelt News
Bring the World Home Initiative

A new government initiative is engaging consumers, farmers and food producers to find ways to make the food we grow locally as diverse as the people that call Ontario home. What foods would you like to see grown in Ontario? How can government improve access to locally-grown world foods? We encourage our friends to share your ideas through this survey.

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