The cities and townships of Waterloo Region are home to a fantastic collection of cycling and mixed-use trails you can use to explore new restaurants, cafes, and breweries. There are trails for cyclists of all skill levels!
CTV News Kitchener – The City of Waterloo is helping connect the community with local musicians and poets while encouraging people to get their steps in. The initiative, called Trail Mix, pairs playlists with trails.
Fresh air is great for the body, mind, and spirit. Whether you’re walking with a friend, out with the family, or just looking to spend some time with your thoughts, Waterloo Region’s parks and trails offer something for everyone.
CTV News Kitchener – Members of the general public were able to hit the slopes at Chicopee Ski Hill in Kitchener Saturday for the first time this winter. New safety measures have been put in place such as mandatory masks, distancing, and physical barriers to separate the lines.
KitchenerToday.com – The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) will be maintaining limited access at a number of conservation areas this winter; however, restrictions will remain in place to help protect staff and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Ontario by Bike brought a group of over 40 cyclists through Waterloo Region as part of their Waterloo Guelph Explorer – a two-day bike getaway weekend designed to explore the region’s excellent bike trails, quiet country roads, small town charm and modern city amenities.
WaterlooChronicle.ca – Canoeists and kayakers have many great options in the region, including four rivers — the Grand, Conestogo, Nith and Speed. Here are some routes worth paddling:
KitchenerToday.com July 16, 2020 – The GRCA has launched a new tool to provide guests visiting Grand River Parks for the day with real-time information about the capacity at its parks, helping them to better plan their visits.