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Eat Healthy and Get Active Winter Greenbelt Tour

Top left: dining area at Pan Cafe (Pan Cafe); Top right: Snow Angel (Niagara Region); Bottom left: Niagara-on-the-lake Waterfront Trail (Julie King); Bottom right : Regent Garden Mews Bed and Breakfast (Julie King).


General Information


This self-guided interpretive tour takes you on a winter journey through the  Niagara Greenbelt! Though snow is not always a given in Niagara, your chances of seeing some are best if you take the tour any time between New Years Day and the middle of March.


This tour will introduce you to the many low-impact activities the Niagara Greenbelt has to offer during the winter season, by guiding you to six winter recreational destinations. As the tour unfolds, you will be informed of the historical, geological, ecological, and cultural significance of the Niagara Greenbelt area.


In addition to discovering new destinations, this tour will lead you to three mouth-watering vegetarian restaurants, for your taste buds to experience cuisine that is not only delicious, but also environmentally friendly. The tour ends at a quaint bed and breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake, for you to stay overnight after your day of tobogganing and skating in the beautiful winter scenery!


Points of interest on the tour include:


Peach King Centre

Morningstar Mill
Pan Cafe

Tobogganing at Burgoyne Woods Park

Strega Cafe

Maleta Estate Winery
Shaw Festival Film Series
Waterfront Trail (Niagara-on-the-Lake)

Four Triple Five Restaurant
Suggested overnight accommodations:
Regent Garden Mews Bed and Breakfast



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This tour begins at the Peach King Centre, located in Grimsby, Ontario - probably the only area in the Niagara Greenbelt with guaranteed outdoor skating! 


Provided below are directions to this location if you are traveling on the QEW from Toronto or Fort Erie.


Traveling from the Toronto QEW:


 QEW exit 74, Grimsby ( Casablanca Boulevard),  towards Country Rd- 10

 Right at the fork and follow signs for Country Road- 10 and Casablanca Boulevard

 Merge onto Casablanca Boulevard

 Left (east) at Livingston Avenue, destination is 162 Livingston Aveue


Traveling from the Fort Erie QEW:

Merge onto QEW via Toronto ramp

Take exit 74 for Casablanca Boulevard towards Country Rd- 10

Keep left at the fork and follow signs for Country Rd- 10 and Casablanca Boulevard             Left (north) at Casablanca Boulevard

Left (east) at Livingston Avenue, destination is 162 Livingston Avenue


Google Paths

Below is the path with destinations along the way

View interactive map and turn-by-turn directions


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