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Cycling Outside Waterloo Region
Ooof.

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On a more positive note:

1) This is AWESOME: https://ontariobiketrails.com/

2) PEI just jumped up a bunch of spots on our "To Visit" places: https://www.tourismpei.com/pei-cycling (Have a look at the Confederation Trail Cycling Guide)
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Today we used the site in my previous post to scope out a new trail, the Nokiidaa Trail in Newmarket/Aurora.

It took a little over 2 hours to get there, due to a very bad accident along the way.  We parked at the East Gwillimbury GO station (shhhhh), which is so close to the trail that the trail actually connects right to the train platform!

...and sure enough, just as we started riding toward the start... a train came by!

   

We rode nearly the entire trail, including the (what looks to be very) new leg North.

This is a fantastic trail system - I'm glad we went here to try a new trail instead of going back to one of my old favourites (we were thinking of doing the Friendship Trail or the Welland Canal trails again).

   

   

   

   
This made me laugh out loud. Improvisation at its finest.
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