Caledon Trailway

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There are over 260 km of publicly accessible trails within the Town of Caledon including 105 km of the Bruce Trail. The Town of Caledon currently owns and maintains the 36 km of the Caledon Trailway, and a 1 km portion of the Etobicoke Creek Trail.

The Caledon Trails Map can be viewed on the Town’s website, the full brochure is available at businesses around Caledon, and it can be mailed to you. The brochure can be provided for conferences/events on request.

The Caledon Trailway

The Trailway follows the path of an abandoned rail line that once linked Hamilton with Barrie. The Town of Caledon purchased 35 km of rail section in 1989 and it became the first officially designated portion of the Trans Canada Trail in 1995. The 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. This is a multi-use trail, ideal for walking, cycling, and horseback riding, and cross-country skiing in winter.

Follow the links to websites for these other trails within Caledon:
Bruce Trail
Humber Valley Heritage Trail
Oak Ridges Trail
Elora-Cataract Trail
Trans Canada Trail

Permitted activities, rules & by-laws

The Caledon Trailway and Etobicoke Creek Trail are multi-purpose (hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, equestrian) trails with a compacted aggregate surface.
No motorized vehicles are allowed on any trail owned and/or managed by the Town of Caledon.
The majority of trails within the Town of Caledon are designated as ‘Hiking Only’.

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