Trail Types, Signs and Brochures

Feature Trail Brochures

Peel Trails Map Legend

Name Description
Paved Multi-use Trails (off road) Trails and paths for pedestrians, cyclists, rollerbladers and skate boarders. The surface may be asphalt or concrete.
Unpaved Multi-use Trails (off road) Trails and paths for pedestrians and cyclists. The surface may be gravel.
Bicycle Lanes (on road) Lanes for cyclists, separating them from automobiles by a painted line and/or a marking (i.e. bike symbol).
Signed Bicycle Route (on road) Cyclists must share the roadway with automobiles. Route shown by signs or pavement markings.
Hiking Trails (off road) Trails for pedestrians only. They may have earth or natural surfaces.
Unmarked Dirt Trail (off road) Trails and paths that are mainly for the use of pedestrians and cyclists. They may have earth or natural surfaces.

Signs/Symbols

Below are some of the Signs/Symbols you might see when using the trails and paths in Peel:

Trail Identifiers
Mississauga Brampton Caledon
Warning Signs
Mississauga Brampton Caledon
 
Regulatory Signs
Mississauga Brampton Caledon
Trail Specific Signs
Mississauga Brampton Caledon
  Bruce Trail
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