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Waterloo Region is home to scenic rural and urban trails that beckon you to get out and explore them at any time of year. However in the fall, these trails take on a special, magical allure. When the leaves change colour and the air becomes crisp, it’s the perfect time to take in the beauty of the region from one of its many trails.
The trails you’ll find here are as varied as the region itself. For cyclists, try one of Ontario’s top-ranked mountain bike routes as you head out on The Hydrocut (New this year: the Hydrocut has broken ground on the new Tri-Cities Land, which will add approximately 5 km of additional mountain bike trails). Hikers will enjoy the Walter Bean Trail – a 78 km stretch that follows along the Grand River through Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, Woolwich and North Dumfries. Leave your keys behind and enjoy a family outing on foot as you stroll along the many trails that wind their way through the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge. There’s truly something for everyone, and a trail for every ability.
Find out more about Waterloo Region’s trails, and #ExploreWR this fall!
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