Start Point is In the Town of Fort Erie at Old Fort Erie. Head north on Niagara Parkway all the way up to the ending point which is the Prince of Wales Hotel in Niagara-On-The-Lake.
The route starts at Old Fort Erie, which offers a rich historical experience. There are picnic areas to stop at and enjoy some down time, as well as tours available. Heading north along the Niagara River, offers views of New York State and the Niagara River Bank. As you approach Niagara Falls you will be surrounded by tall trees, with patches of sunlight trickling through the branches. The trees subside and open to reveal the Niagara Skyline. Views of the Skylon Tower, Fallsview Casino, Ferris Wheel and lights as far as the eye can see will greet you. Following the winds of the road, to the right side you will see the grand wonders of Niagara Falls as the mist kisses your face. Continuing further north you will see the Niagara Rapids and the cliff line of the Niagara Gorge. Upon entering Queenston, you will see the Brock Monument, which is on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. Be sure to stop, climb the tower and enjoy the view. Continue down the Escarpment, passing Fort George, you will enter the quaint town of Niagara-On-The-Lake. Niagara-On-The-Lake offers one of a kind shopping and dining experiences as well as many wineries.
This road has many twists and bends. the Road is flat except of a steep downhill section 2/3's of the way to Niagara-On-The-Lake.
The start of the ride provides several picnic areas. Once in Niagara Falls you will have lots of tourist options such as wax museums rides and eatery's. Once in Niagara-On-The-Lake you will have some of the best dining options in the world. You can eat at a 4 diamond restaurant at a winery such at Trius or Peller Estates or enjoy some English fare at the Old Angel Inn. Canada's oldest operating Inn.