This page has opened in a new browser tab so that you can quickly toggle between this and your open map.
The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail spans much of the Ontario shores of the Great Lakes. This interactive Web Map will let you zoom to different areas to learn about the route. The overview map shows the entire route as a solid line. Additional information such as trail type and nearby amenities will appear as you zoom in. Click on the trail or point of interest for more information.
Click on the menu button (3 bars) in the top left corner of the map to change visible layers and access print and mobile options.
Type into the search bar to search Google's places index for cities, addresses, place names and place types (eg. 'bicycle store', 'pizza').
Zoom map to the full extents of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.
Pan to your current location by clicking the cross-hairs icon. Click again to remove the marker from the map.
Toggle full-screen mode by pressing the target icon on the right side of your screen.
Enable mobile mode to load a lighter version of the interactive web map that does not include details about trail attributes. If 'cookies' are enabled in your browser you setting will be remembered. Note that if you have already loaded attribute data before mobile mode is switched on, you can continue to use data until next time page is loaded.
Access the print menu by clicking the menu button at the top left corner. The coverage area of your print-out will may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your screen resolution. The top left corner will be the same point on both your screen and print-out.
Clicking on a route or point of interest will cause an information panel to appear with details about what you clicked. Where available, links to printable PDFs and community tourism information will appear at the bottom of this box. Links will open in a new browser tab.
This application uses Google Maps as its base. If you are logged into Google, places you have saved will appear as stars on this map. You can open the current display area in Google Maps (without the trail routing) to save places or get directions by clicking the Google logo in the bottom left corner.
Enable the itineraries layer from the main menu to see suggested day trips. Click on a trip to get a description.
Partnering trail layers can be enabled from the main menu.