The Ontario Trail Network is a geospatial database of trail ‘segments’ in urban, rural and wilderness settings.
Examples of trail types include:
* hiking, running and walking
* cycling and mountain biking
* all-terrain vehicle
* canoe and portage
Trail segments define a linear corridor through the natural or urban environment. They may be long single segments or form a looping system. The Ontario Trail Network project is the combined efforts of trail organizations and three levels of government (Federal, Provincial and Municipal) working to create a common and shared trail infrastructure which is composed of trails and their descriptive attributes across the whole of the province.
This data segment was downloaded from the Ontario Open Data Catalogue on May 7, 2016: https://www.ontario.ca/data/ontario-trail-network-segment
The data halls under the Ontario Open Data License: https://www.ontario.ca/page/open-government-licence-ontario