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Running from the heart of East city, out to Trent University, this paved, former CN Rail line is great for families, and roller bladers. It's also great as a quick transit route for mountain bikers to get out to the Trent Drumlin, and other offshoot trails. Total length: 8km The Rotary Greenway trail is a smooth, paved former CN rail line that runs from Peterborough's East city, North to Trent University, and even forks West, crossing the Otonabee River to take you to Parkhill Rd. The trail is great for roller bladers, runners, and people who just want to get out and have a nice leisurely bike ride. It's real value for mountain bikers is as a transportation conduit, to get to other trails. How do you find it? You can get on the trail from Hunter St. in Peterborough's East City, or if your out at Trent University, you can get on the trail by turning Left out of Trent, heading over the bridge, go through the stop sign, and the trail entrance is just on your Right. Another entrance point is on Parkhill road, just west of Trent Radio (located at the corner of George and Parkhill).

Join Rick Storey and his son Noah as they take you on a cycling tour of the Greenway Trail. 

Click HERE to view the video at Youtube.