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Cycling Route in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Mississauga (Celebration Square) Through Toronto Waterfront and and Back


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Mississauga (Celebration Square) Through Toronto Waterfront and and Back
84 km
585 m
585 m
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Avg. Speed
165 m
Max. Elevation

About This Route

OVERVIEW: A round-trip that is mostly on trails and bike lanes. Very few of the route is on actual road - that is, the Downtown Toronto part. Feels like a nice adventure. Although the Queensway part may be quite boring, it adds some variety! However, there will be a lot of riders like you on the Waterfront Trail, so don't fret.


ROUTE DESCRIPTION: The route starts by skipping Port Credit and goes the edge of Mississauga next to the Etobicoke Creek. This is because that part is mostly in residential neighborhoods. Dixie's trails takes us to Marie Curtis Park (which is when we enter Etobicoke) then we connect to the Waterfront Trail. We'll take the Waterfront trail down to Downtown TO, going through places like St Lawrence Market, Eaton Centre, Nathan Philips and Yonge/Dundas Square, as well as around the entertainment district. Heading back, we will visit High Park and complete a loop around that park. Upon arriving to Mississauga, we'll finally take a glance at Port Credit's several parks, then after we'll take some trails and different roads back north to Celebration Square.

LENGTH: This route takes around 2 1/2 to 3 hours for more experienced cyclists, whereas 4 hours is more realistic.

I hope you enjoy this route! Feel free to visit anywhere you wish in Toronto. Feedback is appreciated!

This cycling route is ideal for: Road bike MTB City bike

You will cycle on the following surfaces: Paved

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