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Walking and Cycling Tours

Walking Tours

Take a guided lantern-lit haunted walk in Ottawa, Kingston or Gananoque with costumed guides, when the lights are low and the atmosphere is just right for a good ghost story. Or sign-up with Indigenous Walks in Ottawa and for a guided walk through social, political, cultural and artistic spaces with a First Nations perspective. Take a two-hour historical walking tour of Guelph, led by knowledgeable guides, to learn about the town’s fascinating architectural and cultural history and heritage.

Join a tasting tour in the historic neighbourhood of Walkerville, Windsor, and discover well preserved traditions and tales at the Canadian Club Heritage Centre and the Walkerville Brewery. Indulge your sweet tooth on The Chocolate Trail in Stratford, a charming Victorian city renowned as one of North America's great arts towns. 

The Royal Botanical Gardens offers historical and culturally focused guided walking tours, a perfect way to experience the recently revitalized David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden. ROMwalks, free walking tours of Toronto, encompass the diverse aspects of the city’s vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts and culture.

Cycling Tours

Discover a new spin on the nation’s capital with Ottawa Cycling Tours. Learn about Toronto’s history, culture, people and food with Toronto Bicycle Tours. Cruise wine country on a Niagara Bicycle and Wine tour and explore the diversity of Niagara region's bike routes with Niagara Cycling Tourism Centre.
Find the tour of your interest in Ontario.

Two young women walking through cranberry bog at Cranberry Marsh.

MUSKOKA’S CRANBERRY AND WINE DISCOVERIES

Follow the cranberries from bog to bottle on a guided farm tour and tutored wine tasting at Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh.
A First Nations guide demonstrates Indigenous art.

GREAT SPIRIT CIRCLE TRAIL

Embark on a Canadian Signature Experience on a canoe heritage tour, or take a guided spirit walk on Manitoulin Island.
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