Biking the Victoria Rail Trail

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August 26th 2019
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Victoria Rail Trail

Peterborough and Lindsay's Victoria Rail Trail

The Victoria Rail Trail consists of crushed limestone with some loose gravel sections. It is a part of the TransCanada Trail.

A hybrid bike would be fine. Sections in the Lindsay area are paved.

Depending on where you start, the distance could be around 51 km.

There are a number of modern benches spread out along the trail.

There is no water and no washrooms.

Most of the trail passes through rural farmland, cornfields and old barns.

There are some bridges and river crossings

Each road crossing has a name and the distance to the next road crossing.

There are a number of places to park.

I parked at Jack Callahan Public School, 5 Traceys Hill Road in Kawartha Lakes. The trail crosses the road about 200 metres away.

Another good spot would be in the village of Reaboro, where there is also a covered picnic area and garbage bin.

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