Trails in Caledon

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Browse the chart below to plan your route to work, school, shopping or just to explore.

View on Peel Trails MapBruce Trail - Main Trail, 885 km, 55 km in Caledon
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Grass/natural, soil, loose rock
Washrooms / Amenities Present where trail passes through parks or other serviced sites
Parking Various – depends on location or trail access point
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting None
Winter Maintenance None
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History A rugged footpath following the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory. Sections are maintained by volunteers in local Bruce Trail clubs. For more information visit the Bruce Trail  website and the Caldeon Hills Bruce Trail Club.
View on Peel Trails MapBruce Trail - Side Trails, 44.6 km in Caledon
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Grass/natural, soil - loose, rock
Washrooms / Amenities Present where trail passes through parks or other serviced sites
Parking Various – depends on location or trail access point
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting None
Winter Maintenance None
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History A rugged footpath following the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory. Sections are maintained by volunteers in local Bruce Trail clubs. For more information visit the Bruce Trail  website and the Caldeon Hills Bruce Trail Club.
View on Peel Trails MapCaledon Trailway, 35 km
Type: Hiking, Biking, Cross-Country Skiing, Equestrian
Surface Gravel, soil, boardwalk 
Washrooms / Amenities
  • Picnic areas and benches, partial wheelchair access.  
  • Seasonal portable toilets from May to September at the Trailway in Inglewood (east side of McLaughlin), and in Caledon East (east side of Airport Rd, just south of Town Hall).
Parking Room for 2-3 cars to park at every road crossing of the Trailway.
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting None
Winter Maintenance None
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History
  • A multi-use trail, ideal for walking, cycling, and horseback riding, and cross-country skiing in winter.
  • Follows the path of an abandoned rail line that once linked Hamilton with Barrie.
  • The Town of Caledon purchased the rail section in 1989 and it became the first officially designated portion of the Trans Canada Trail in 1995. 
  • The country’s first First Trans Canada Trail Pavilion in the country was built in Caledon East in 1996.
  • Visit the Stationlands Park in Caledon East to see the pavilion and commemorative panels, pond and wetland, a developing arboretum, and Caledon’s Walk of Fame. 
  • Other Stationlands Parks are in Palgrave, Cheltenham and Inglewood.
  • Since August 2015, the Caledon Trailway forms a part of the Greenbelt Route, which is a provincial cycling route that stretches from Northumberland to Niagara using existing road and trail infrastructure.
View on Peel Trails MapElora - Cataract Trail, 47 km, 4 km in Caledon
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Road, paved, gravel or loose soil
Washrooms / Amenities Picnic areas, seasonal washrooms or portable toilets, benches, partial wheelchair access
Parking Room for 2-3 cars to park at most road crossings, larger parking areas in some locations
Season / Hours
  • Year-round
  • Open to equestrians June 15 to March 15
Lighting None
Winter Maintenance None
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Part of the Trans Canada Trail, following an abandoned rail line that was once a branch line of the Credit Valley Railway. Visit the Elora Cataract Trailway website for more information.
View on Peel Trails MapGrand Valley Trail, 275 km, 6 km in Caledon
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Compacted soil, Boardwalk
Washrooms / Amenities Occasional benches and picnic areas, washrooms nearby in some locations
Parking Unknown
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Unknown
Winter Maintenance Unknown
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Visit the Grand Valley Trail website for more information.
View on Peel Trails MapHumber Valley Heritage Trail, 20 km
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Compacted soil, boardwalk, mixed
Washrooms / Amenities Picnic areas, benches and rest areas in some locations.
Parking
  • Parking at Dick’s Dam Park and at Edelweiss Park, on Glasgow Rd. north of Hickman, near access points. Additional parking at North Hill Park at Hwy 50 and Columbia Way (trail access is on west side of Hwy, parking on east side), and at some road crossings.
  • Map kiosks at access point on Glasgow Rd, across from Edelweiss Park.
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting None
Winter Maintenance None
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Feature Trail Brochure

A rugged footpath following the Humber River. Visit the Humber Valley Heritage Trail website for more information.

An interactive map is now available online.
View on Peel Trails MapOak Ridges Trail, 250 km, 7 km in Caledon
Type: Hiking & Walking
Surface Grass/natural
Washrooms / Amenities Unknown
Parking Unknown
Season / Hours Year-round
Lighting Unknown
Winter Maintenance Unknown
Pets Dogs must be leashed; stoop and scoop
Notes / History Visit the Oak Ridges Trail website for more information.
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