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Bicycling Lake Ontario, Cycling Around Lake Ontario, 3rd edition for the 2010 Harvey Botzman

Bicycling Lake Ontario, Cycling Around Lake Ontario, 3rd edition for the 2010 Harvey Botzman
Bicycling Lake Ontario, Cycling Around Lake Ontario, 3rd edition for the 2010 Harvey Botzman
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Bicycling Lake Ontario, Cycling Around Lake Ontario, 3rd edition for the 2010 Harvey Botzman

Traveling around Lake Ontario is a cyclotourist's dream tour. It is a varied two week trip with enough sights and sounds; smells and tastes to enjoy and savor every moment of the tour.

Round Lake Ontario: A Bicyclist's Tour Guide, 3nd Edition, is the only tour guide which covers the entire land circumnavigation route around this wonderful Great Lake. There are no motoring guides which are as comprehensive as

Round Lake Ontario: A Bicyclist's Tour Guide, 2nd Ed.! Below is a sample map from the 1st Edition of this wonderful Tour Guide. Lake Ontario has great historical significance for all Americans (citizens of Canada and the United States). Major naval battles of the War of 1812 were fought on the Lake. Crossing Lake Ontario was one of the last way stations on the underground railroad for African-Americans escaping slavery in the United States.

At both ends of the Lake, canals were dug to transport the raw materials, agricultural products and finished goods of the Adirondack Mountains, western New York State, eastern Ontario, Qu├ębec, and the Great Lakes region to the Atlantic Coast cities of North America and Europe. These Canals were and necessary for the growth of all of North America. The route along the Rideau Canal from Kingston to Ottawa is included in 'Round Lake Ontario: A Bicyclist's Tour Guide. The bicycle route along the St. Lawrence River from Kingston to Montreal also is detailed in 'Round Lake Ontario. Both of these "side trips" are popular trip extensions for bicyclists touring around Lake Ontario.

In earlier days, Lake Ontario teemed with fine tasting freshwater fish. Today the Lake Ontario fisheries are prime venues for sport fishermen and women. Many cyclotourists bring collapsible fishing poles to catch their dinner along the way. Others simply enjoy catching the salmon, trout and bass for sport and then returning the fish to their rightful place in the Lake.

Large sophisticated cities (Toronto and Buffalo); wonderful livable moderate sized urban areas (Rochester and Hamilton); college towns growing with retirement communities (Kingston, and Oswego); North America's original tourist attraction (Niagara Falls); and lots of rural cycling in between delightful villages are some of the delights of a cyclotour along Lake Ontario's shore. The wineries on the Niagara Peninsula between Niagara Falls and Hamilton are noted for their excellent reds. All the wineries are listed in the Guide so that the cyclotourist can enjoy a bottle of wine, a loaf of bread

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