ⓘ Waterfront Trail
The Waterfront Trail is made up of an interconnected series of trails mainly along the shores of Lake Ontario in Canada, beginning in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario and extending to Brockville, Ontario, with an extension along Former Highway 2, to the Quebec provincial border. Through Toronto, the trail is called the Martin Goodman Trail. The Waterfront Trail is also used by commuters in parts of Southern Ontario.
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- Canadian Green Building Council WATERFRONToronto Official web site Toronto Waterfront - The Waterfront Trail Google Maps 2007. Retrieved 2007 - 07 - 13.
- The Martin Goodman Trail is a 56 - kilometre 35 mi multi - use path along the waterfront in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It traverses the entire lake shore
- The Toronto waterfront is the lakeshore of Lake Ontario in the City of Toronto, Ontario in Canada. It spans 46 kilometres between the mouth of Etobicoke
- 5 - kilometre - long waterfront promenade. Central Spine and Green Lawn provides a spacious spots to hold events and picnics. Vantage points located along the trail gives
- and establish an industrial heritage trail along the East River were initiated by Craft. In 2007, the Waterfront Alliance emerged as a separate nonprofit
- corridor using the proposed trails Jefferson Memorial Forest Trail Floyds Fork Trail Eastern Suburbs Trail River Road Waterfront Trail The RiverWalk near the
- The Trans Canada Trail officially renamed The Great Trail in September 2016, is a cross - Canada system of greenways, waterways, and roadways that stretches
- The Trail in Hamilton splits into two sections: The Hamilton Waterfront Trail west and the Hamilton Recreation Beach Trail east Both trails are largely
- the trail goes five miles 8 km upriver from Station Square to a point just short of the Waterfront Shopping District. Within the city, the trail takes