Niagara Nature and History EBike Guided Tour

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Niagara Scenery and Historical Guided E-bike Tour

Go further, faster, and more freely with our e-bike tour, giving you the freedom of a cycling adventure without the inevitable exhaustion.

Explore the unique landscape of historical Niagara, taking in the wildlife and the natural beauty of this exceptional location.

Our E-bikes are electrically-assisted bicycles that help you cover more distance with less effort.E-bikes simple to operate, but we’ll make sure that you’re confident on your powered two wheels before we set off.You’ll enjoy the freedom of electrically-assisted riding between Virgil and our first stop at B-Y’s Honey Farm, a family-owned beekeeping business.The friendly folks at BY’s are passionate about apiary (beekeeping) and will take you on a fun, informative, guided tour.

You’ll be able to meet the bees – don’t worry, it’s completely safe – before enjoying a wonderful honey tasting from their on-site hives.We hit the road again and travel for about 30min towards beautiful Queenston Heights: The origin of the Niagara Falls and its beautiful cliff overlooking the Niagara River.We’ll spend time in this fabulous, historic park that houses a collection of memorials to the famous Battle of Queenston Heights; including the monument to Major General Isaac Brock and the Monument of the Six Nations.Queenston Heights is known throughout Canada as the site of the first British victory of the War of 1812 – thanks, in part, to Laura Secord (more about her later).

We’ll enjoy lunch at the Queenston Heights on-site restaurant, looking over the fantastic Niagara River. Bring your cameras: it’s breathtaking!After lunch, we’ll take you down the Niagara Escarpment to visit the Laura Secord Homestead. Secord was an unlikely hero of the Battle of Beaverdams and has become a proudly celebrated national symbol of heroism throughout Canada. Find out all about the fascinating story of Laura Secord during the tour.After enjoying the history and the beautiful sights of Queenston Heights, we’ll spend the afternoon gliding along the Niagara Parkway, taking in the stunning vista and the uniquely relaxing atmosphere. This is where the E-bikes come into their own: making light of a considerable distance.

Niagara, as the first wine region in Canada, has a large collection of burgeoning vineyards, producing some really delicious wines including their world famous Icewine. We’ll stop off at a couple of our favorite wineries on the way back to taste some of their fantastic, very quaffable wines!The whole tour covers about 27km (17 miles). But thanks to the E-bikes, it will feel like much less!If you are looking for new things to do in Niagara Falls, give us a try! You’ll have a fun, leisurely, and informative day, full of great food, wine, and history.

We can’t wait to share it with you!