ⓘ Rideau Trail

                                     

ⓘ Rideau Trail

The Rideau Trail is a 387-kilometre hiking trail in Ontario, Canada, linking Ottawa and Kingston. Crossing both public and private lands, the trail was created and opened in 1971. It is named for the Rideau Canal which also connects Ottawa and Kingston, although the two only occasionally connect. The trail crosses terrain ranging from the placid farmland of the Ottawa River and St. Lawrence River valleys to the rugged Canadian Shield in Frontenac Provincial Park. The trail also passes through Richmond, Perth, and Smiths Falls. It is intended only for walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.

                                     
  • Rideau French for curtain may refer to: Rideau Canal Rideau Falls Rideau River Rideau Trail Rideau Ferry, Ontario Rideau Lakes, Ontario Rideau Street
  • Cataraqui Trail at Harrowsmith. Both the main Rideau Trail and its blue - blazed side trails share the Cataraqui Trail right - of - way in several places. Trail s end
  • The many tourist attractions in Rideau Lakes, including historic trails the stone arch dam at Jones Falls, and the Rideau Waterway, are also an important
  • Upper Rideau Lake is located in the municipality of Rideau Lakes, United Counties of Leeds and Grenville in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Saint
  • Verona. Parts of the trail are shared with the Rideau Trail and the Cataraqui Trail Frontenac County is working to develop the trail up to Sharbot Lake
  • Rideau Park is a residential neighbourhood in southwest Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The name Rideau means curtain in the French Language. The neighbourhood
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  • 300 km Rideau Trail linking Kingston and Ottawa, passes through the conservation area. Foley Mountain Conservation Area is operated by the Rideau Valley
  • includes five nature trails varying in length from the 1 - kilometre 0.62 mi Loon Lake Trail to the 6.5 - kilometre 4.0 mi Rideau Trail The park is home
  • Rideau Hall officially Government House is, since 1867, the official residence in Ottawa of both the Canadian monarch and his or her representative
  • Park on Big Rideau Lake and Silver Lake Provincial Park along Highway 7 near the west end of the county. The Rideau Trail and Trans - Canada Trail both go through