Tour de Holland Bike Trail

expkingTour de Holland Bike Trail
(68 km, Township of King, Simcoe County)

We all know that Holland is bike country, but did you know that you can cycle through a slice of Dutch-style farmland right here in Ontario? The Holland Marsh is comprised of 7,000 acres of reclaimed land first cultivated by fifteen Dutch families in 1934. Their legacy left us with the scenic Holland Canal Road overlooking rich fields perfect for vegetable farming. Leave from King City and celebrate this “rural ride” with stops at the Apple Orchard Farm, Pine Farm Orchards and the rural farming village of Schomberg.

 

  • Ride Rating:
    • Experienced road cyclist – paved shoulders and mixed traffic on quieter roads
  • Surface: road
  • Possible Starting Points:
    • King City Arena – overnight parking
    • Bradford GO Station – overnight parking
    • Trisan Centre (Schomberg) – overnight parking
    • Accommodations at Best Western Newmarket or Seneca College King Campus
  • Detailed maps:
  • Notes to Riders:
    • Route may be impacted by major road construction projects that includes a planned closure of the North Canal Bank Road 400 underpass between Wist Road and Davis Road straddling either side of Highway 400

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