Trails & Hiking

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From beginner to expert, explore our trails!

CVC, along with our partners, manage over 52 km of trails, which includes parts of the Bruce, and Trans-Canada trail networks.

Trails in the Credit Valley Watershed cover a wide variety of geographical features, including the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment, providing picturesque settings for a leisurely stroll or a challenging, rugged hike. Please ensure that the trail you are using is designated for whatever activity level you choose to pursue.

Trail Etiquette

  • Give the right-of-way to smaller and slower users.
  • Stay right when approaching oncoming users.
  • Stay on the trail surface.
  • Keep pets on a leash and clean up after them.
  • Obey signs.
  • Do not climb fences or take shortcuts.
  • Respect the privacy of landowners bordering the trails.
  • Leave wildlife and plants for others to enjoy.
  • Conservation Area Trails are available during regular hours and seasons of operation.




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