City of Peterborough

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Hike, walk, bike or cross-country ski on the site of a former railbed, which was active from 1858 to 1988. This trail links parkland, farmland, the natural environment and five communities, including Lindsay, home to one of Canada’s most sustainable schools; Omemee, the childhood home of Neil Young, where you can visit the Youngtown Rock and Roll Museum; Little Lake on the Otonabee River; and Jackson Park, one of Peterborough’s largest parks.

Peruse outdoor sculptures or stop for a snack in downtown Peterborough, just off the trail.

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Trail surface:
Gravel, Paved

Description of terrain:
Easy – Great for families. May include some paved or gravel double-track sections and inclines.

Parking:
Roger’s Cova Park Parking, 117 Maria St, Peterborough

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