Pathways and Bikeways
Walk, bike or roll using Burlington's extensive multi-use pathway and bikeway system.
- On-road bike lanes (designated portion of roadway for cyclists, lanes delineated by a painted white strip and bike symbols)
- On-road bike route (preferred route connecting other cycling routes identified with signs but without designated bike lanes in place)
- Multi-use path (adjacent to the road, two-way pathway separated from roadway by curb and open space shared by more than one type of user)
- Off-road multi-use path (two-way pathway shared by more than one type of user usually located within park or hydro corridor)
Learn more about cycling in Halton...
Take a hike along Burlington's waterfront on one of these trails:
Bronte Creek offers five great hiking trails and a unique camping experience. Also check out the Royal Botanical Gardens and Conservation Halton for more hiking options in the region.