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The Niagara Parks trail runs from Niagara On the Lake to Niagara Falls and then to Fort Erie. The trail is paved and can be walked. Many locals use the trail for running or hiking as well as biking. Don't forget to stop at some...More
With signs of spring emerging, and a surprisingly warm day, what better way to work off a lovely lunch then to walk along such a beautiful pathway...a bit longer than we thought it was but just what we needed to just leisurely walk, chat and...More
Caveat: I've only used from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Niagara Falls.
Nice and winding and great views of the Niagara River for most of its length. Especially in the Fall when the trees are resplendent in their colors and a better view of the river.
So I am reviewing one aspect of the trail, I have hiked, roller bladed, ran the top section: this review relates to the lower section across from the Butterfly Conservatory. This is a unique hike that has many routes, they are colour coded which helps...More
We were staying at the Riverbend Inn and decided to take a nice walk along trail. The weather was part sun, 45 degrees and the ground and leaves were dry. The river gorge is just spectacular and the trail is nice and sooth. There are...More
If you are a bike, hike or just walking enthusiast you have to venture out along the Niagara Park Garden Trail. Hugging the shore of the Niagara River you can jump on board the trail at any point along it's approximate 35 mile expanse. With...More
I have no idea how long this trail actually is. I walked about two miles on it, and it obviously went much longer. Nice place to take a quiet walk in the woods. Part of the trail winds out alongside the Niagara River - very...More
Amidst the many varieties of oaks and chittering black and gray squirrels is this great paved trail that overlooks the Niagara river. Plenty of benches to sit on and things to see along your walk. I've even rollerbladed several miles of this scenic trails. It...More
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Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about... More
Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about 12K. There are lots of gorgeous homes and properties along the river to admire as you walk, in addition to many wineries you can stop in at and sample their stock. We ate a good lunch at a nice spot right along the trail, maybe about 4 or 5 K from where we started in Fort George in NOTL but I can't remember the name of it :-(
It looked like there was lots of parking at Fort George so I'd recommend starting there and just walk for however long you feel like along the trail. You can get your 4-5 miles in no problem. Not sure if the parking there is free or not, we bussed it there from Niagara Falls.
There were also plenty of little picnic areas with parking along the trail between Queenston and NOTL so you could also start your walk at any of them if you find an area you'd like to explore.
Have fun and enjoy the scenery!