Active or non-motorized transportation can include walking, cycling , in-line skating, skateboarding, cross-country skiing and using mobility aids such as wheelchairs. Active transportation can be combined with public transit and or other transportation methods.

May 27 to June 30 is Bike Month in The Town of Whitby.

Some of the planned bike month library activities include: June 8 Brooklin story ride or  join librarians for a ride to the park; June 22 join the Rossland Story Ride or the Bike Repair Work Shop.

The Greenbelt is 728,000 hectares of protected countryside that stretches from Rice Lake to the Niagara River. The Ontario Greenbelt Cycling Route was developed by the Waterfront Regeneration Trust and Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. It is 600 kilometres and a portion of the route is within the Town of Whitby. Discover the Greenbelt Cycling Route.

Experience Whitby’s beautiful natural environment by hiking or cycling one of the town’s many trails. Whitby’s Waterfront Trail is 13 km of family-friendly Trail great for cycling and walking. There are a number of beautiful natural areas to enjoy along the trail, such as Lynde Shore Conservation Area, Thickson’s Woods, the Rowe House, Port Whitby Marina’s Clubhouse, Rotary Sunrise Lake Park and Kiwanis Heydenshore Park.

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