The Heart of Georgian Bay’s Historical Cycling Route is a truly remarkable opportunity to experience the area’s rich heritage and renowned landscape. Stretching 8 kilometres along the Tay Shore Trail, winding through a canopy of trees and wetlands, this cycling route boasts a most enjoyable and unique way to immerse yourself in the area’s historical attractions. A paved and secluded rail line, with many nearby, locally owned, cycling friendly accommodations, the Historical Cycling Route is welcoming to cyclists of all abilities. Flat, accessible and safe, the route is singular in its offering as it connects all the historical attractions in the North Simcoe area: Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Martyr’s Shrine, Sainte-Marie among the Hurons and the SS Keewatin. The Heart of Georgian Bay’s Historical Cycling Route is proud to be the only place in Ontario to enjoy so much history in one single stretch of trail.
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