Friendship Trail to Fort Erie

Always wanted to try cycling Ontario’s South Coast? Past the beautiful, bountiful, beaches of the Lake Erie shore? Start in Port Colborne and head east along the Friendship Trail to Fort Erie, then north down the Canadian-side of the Niagara River to Niagara Falls. Catch the Megabus motor coach to and from the Toronto and Niagara Falls bus terminals.

RIDE 13.0: Megabus to PORT COLBORNE, ride the Friendship Trail east to FORT ERIE, north to the Megabus in NIAGARA FALLS – 70 kms

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Ride Notes

  • Bike Maps are available in Port Colborne – just up the Welland Canal Trail at Pedal Bike Shop. For comfort and safety, always bring along a Niagara Region Bicycling Map or print outs.
  • Also, please print beforehand the Waterfront Trail Maps: Niagara – Lake Erie, to follow between Port Colborne and Niagara Falls.
  • Recommended – for riders comfortable with one-day 70 kms distance. The route is almost perfectly flat. Strong cyclists can ride from Port Colborne to Fort Erie to Niagara Falls somewhat easily in one day – so long as they keep a steady pace and an eye on the time.
  • Arrive early – at the Toronto Bus Terminal at Bay St. and Edward St. (just above Dundas) – to get your ticket.
  • Bikes are not allowed on double-decker buses, but are allowed on single level motor coaches. Ask the driver to store it/them in the rear bus bay, away from the luggage. Bring a bungee cord to attach it under the bus if you like.
  • Thinking about staying overnight? Visit Ontario By Bike! for bicycle friendly accommodations in Port Colborne.
  • Learn more about the Niagara Friendship Trail.

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