With every landscape imaginable - from canal trails to waterfront paths, parks and off road routes - there is a scene for every cyclist, whether biking is a leisurely hobby or a sport taken to the limit. With endless kilometers of picturesque views, pedal your way to easy accessible destinations around Niagara's South Coast and beyond.

Take advantage of Niagara South Coast’s greenbelt with the many parks and cycling, hiking and walking trails in the Greater Niagara Circle Route. Over 140 km in length and running through the Niagara Escarpment in city and country areas, the paved route includes the Welland Canal Parkway and Trans Canada Trail. Enjoy the fresh air and the sites along the way.

Explore trails with GPS tracking with the iPhone app for Bike Map.

The Friendship Trail, connecting Port Colborne and Fort Erie, is a 16 km stretch of small communities and farmland, for walkers and cyclists alike. With wheelchair access and three sites for free parking (off Ridge Rd., Crescent Rd. And Lakeshore Rd.), the Friendship Trail is part of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail, which runs to the Trans-Canada Trail that reaches British Columbia and Newfoundland.

For more, visit Ontario Trails.

Short Hills Provincial Park

Short Hills Provincial Park is a 735-hectare day-use park featuring hiking, challenging mountain bike cycling and horseback riding trails (shared use or hiking only) that wind through forest and meadow. 



Pelham is designated a bicycle-friendly community by the Share the Road Cycling Coalition. From a well covered road network (more than 60% suitable for road bikes), to scenic views and a mix of short hills through the town and countryside, Pelham is the place for cycling enthusiasts. 

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Read more about the trails of Niagara's South Coast.

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