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Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail

Ontario, Canada
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Flat and Mostly Smooth

I've rode this trail a couple of times from end to end. My second ride it was in better shape and... read more

Reviewed September 1, 2016
MItch_in_Ottawa
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Ottawa, Canada
Nice trail

Took a spin on the trail with my X-over bike, 700C wheels and no problems. Nice surface and very... read more

Reviewed June 23, 2016
Mike S
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Ottawa, Canada
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Aug 31, 2016
“Flat and Mostly Smooth”
Jun 23, 2016
“Nice trail”
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Reviewed September 1, 2016

I've rode this trail a couple of times from end to end. My second ride it was in better shape and money had been invested on some distance markers and better signage. Starting at the East end at the St-Eugene Pavilion the unfinished parts are...More

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Reviewed June 23, 2016

Took a spin on the trail with my X-over bike, 700C wheels and no problems. Nice surface and very peaceful.

Thank Mike S
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Reviewed May 3, 2016

i use to bike on those trails everyday when I was living in bourget use to go to Ottawa by the trail nice view specially in fall season

Thank Denise883
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Reviewed September 29, 2015

I accept that this trail is the only way of crossing Eastern Ontario without cycling on roads, but it's not built for road tyres at all. I biked all the way from Ottawa to Montreal on a road bike yesterday and it was a soul-destroying...More

1  Thank tunesntang
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Reviewed June 29, 2015

The Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail's website also suggests some on-road cycling trips in the area. We went for a ride along the 'Cycle the Ottawa River" route, and it was great! This route hugs the south shore of the Ottawa River from Ottawa to Hawkesbury (&...More

1  Thank 41Sally
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Reviewed August 21, 2014

We biked 20 km of the trail from Vankleek Hill road 34 heading west to Boundary Rd and back to the parking. The trail was crushed dust and great for biking. We passed only two washrooms (port-a-pottie) the whole time. Some great sights on the...More

Thank afmcdnl
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Reviewed July 15, 2014

This cycling path crosses under HWY 417 at exit 17 and is only 2 km off the highway, so it was quite convenient to get to. The pea gravel path is in good condition and we cycled westward past farmland and the countryside is lovely....More

3  Thank 41Sally
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Reviewed June 10, 2013

As avid road cyclists, we are always looking for new country roads to ride on, and so we were pleased when we found a 27-km loop, called the Milky Way, starting in Casselman, Ontario. The Prescott-Russell Cycling Map describes this loop as a "leisure country...More

1  Thank linda c
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