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4 Train + Bike Trips around Toronto

Convenient, eco-friendly, and flexible routes for all levels. 


Discover Ontario's charm with an affordable blend of bike and train travel, providing a peaceful and eco-friendly means to explore the region's beauty.

1. Rouge National park / Toronto Zoo < 1h

From Union station to Rouge Hill , use the $10 weekend pass.

You will need to make sure to be on the good side of the road to find either a bike lane or a nice pavement.

So you can go to Toronto Zoo by train and bikes, the Zoo has bike racks next to the entrance in a safe spot.

You will need a full day to see all the Zoo areas.

If you are not down to see animals you could simply leave your bike at the entry of the the Vista Trail and have a wonderful day in nature.

Bike are not allowed in to protect plants and wildlife but The Vista trail and nice round trips.



2. Bronte Creek National Park < 1h

Bronte Creek's serene landscapes, lush greenery, and tranquil atmosphere make it an ideal destination for a refreshing day trip away from the bustling city life.

Discover the Great White Bronte Oak,
Dead ''This 260-year-old tree is one of only five white oaks remaining in Oakville that predate European settlement.Dead'' See link for the source


Whether you're a nature enthusiast, an adventure seeker, or simply looking for some relaxation, this combination of biking and train travel is the perfect way to make the most of your trip to Bronte Creek.

Again use the 10$ train pass.
From Toronto take a Go train to Burlington Appleby Station. 48mn the park is 15 minutes away tops.

Bronte Creak Park page

3. Royal Botanical Garden

Embark on a captivating journey from Toronto to the Royal Botanical Garden, utilizing the seamless combination of a bike ride and train commute.

Witness the scenic transformation from the urban bustle to the tranquil natural wonders as you journey through the picturesque route, immersing yourself in the breathtaking flora and fauna that await at the Royal Botanical Garden.

With the ease and affordability of this bike and train adventure, you can relish the serenity and beauty of this renowned garden, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and travelers alike.

flowers RBC

Easterbrook's Foot Long Hotdogs is worth a stop !

Union station to Aldershot
Aldershot Go to RBC
13min on brand new bike lanes.

4. Niagara Falls

While travelers journey from every corner of the world, residents of Toronto can easily hop on a train to Niagara Falls for as little as $10!

Pro tip, do not go straight to the falls:
When out of the station head north to the Niagara Glen Nature Centre, hikes are great and the view is stunning and way less crowded.

falls.jpg__PID:977ab253-4cab-4b06-bbce-54e54a25cc6c is great if you need a place to eat as you can attach the bike on the side!

Union to Niagara
Aldershot Go to RBC
13min on brand new bike lanes.


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