In the Greenbelt there is a 9.6-kilometre trail for horseback riding.
Grab your skis and head out to the Greenbelt this winter!
Tobogganing is one of our great Canadian traditions!
You can go boating on the Ottawa River and the Rideau Canal in Canada’s Capital Greenbelt.
Green’s Creek, to the east of Ottawa, is an area of unusual geology, with steep-sided ravines and plateaus.
Enjoy many scenic trails with your dog in the Greenbelt.
The Mer Bleue Bog in Ottawa is one of the most outstanding natural features of the Greenbelt. The 3,500-hectare conservation area has a northern ecosystem that is more typical of the Arctic than of the Ottawa Valley.
Pine Grove is the largest forest in the Greenbelt, and is a mixture of tree plantations and natural forests.
Explore the Greenbelt on the Watts Creek Pathway!