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The Waterfront Trail

  • Which waterfront was the location for making the silent film classic, All Quiet on the Western Front?
  • What environmentally important island, sometimes called "hell on earth", would you want to avoid?
  • Where, today, is Canada's only Seneca village site?
  • Petticoat Creek was not named for a woman's garment; Sixteen Mile Creek is not 16 miles long; Twelve Mile Creek is not 12 miles long - why were they given those names?
  • How did the sinking of a sailing ship change the location of the town of Newcastle?
To find the answers, read The Waterfront Trail! In this guidebook's 350 pages, you will find maps, directions, distances and areas that are accessible to hikers, cyclists and persons in wheelchairs.
The guidebook also contains a wealth of stories about the Waterfront Trail's history, environment and people - it will take you to lighthouse ghosts, places to eat, lakeside mansions, bed and breakfast locations, and places to dream.
So put on your hiking boots. Pack your picnic. Take your shooting equipment (cameras only, please!). And don't forget to bring The Waterfront Trail Guidebook with you as you travel from Stoney Creek to Trenton, over 300 kilometres of glorious Lake Ontario waterfront.
Edited by Sheila Kieran. Published by Waterfront Regeneration Trust, 1996.
0-7778-5207-1 $19.95
Official Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail Map is an excellent companion to this map

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Last modified: February 13, 2000

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