This trail starts in Castlemaine and runs parallel to the Victorian Goldfields Tourist Train line to Maldon via Muckleford and is 18km long. View our Trail Map. Explore Caledon Ski Club’s 55 acres of skiable terrain with 25 slopes, 6 chairlifts and 2 magic carpets or enjoy our outdoor ice skating rink and 8km of snowshoe trails. The rail trail is mainly on the maintenance track beside the railway line so is more undulating than a rail trail. Caledon Trailway is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Caledon, Ontario, Canada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. Coordinates: 43.872852, -79.863903. The Caledon Trailway is a popular multi-use trail connecting the villages of Terra Cotta, Cheltenham, Inglewood, Caledon East and ending just inside the border of Simcoe County, in the village of Palgrave. Trailforks scans ridelogs to determine which trails are ridden the most in the last 9 months. G2G Rail Trail Experience G2G Rail Trail Inc. Beautiful stretch from Peel To Tottenham. Some shade, some water you walk past. With the exception of the misleading directions given by the app... (ended up parking on a residential street off of Airport Road) the trail was great for an afternoon bike ride! 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. Contact Town of ... Read more about Caledon Trailway Took us 7 hours of walking, 8 if you include rests and an icecream stop at our favourite Four Corners in Caledon East. The trail … The Trail. If life is a journey, we have your trail. It appears you are trying to access this site using an outdated browser. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Get involved! In 1994, work began to create a multi-use trailway that promotes the enjoyment and understanding of Caledon's unique cultural and natural features. You can enjoy several activities such as walking, biking, skiing and horseback riding. If your looking for a nice long car free trail with subtle beauty this is perfect. No off-Trail, very flat and straight. A multi-use trail, ideal for walking, cycling, and horseback riding, and cross-country skiing in winter. Spanning Caledon from Terra Cotta to Palgrave, this 35 km multi-use trail follows an abandoned rail line built in 1877. This trail is an easy to ride stress free trail. Enjoy. Contact Town of Caledon for a printed trails map, or click here for an online interactive version.. Caledon Hills CREDITVIEW ROAD TO MONO CENTRE. Get active and find out where you can explore the great outdoors. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/canada/ontario/caledon-trailway-trail Parking. G2G Rail Trail Experience G2G Rail Trail Inc. The Caledon Trailway is open. 17431 Mississauga Road. In the Caledon Hills section, the Trail follows the glacial moraine deposits on top of the buried Escarpment. Larger parking areas are found at: Gore Road north of Old Church Road, Caledon East (Town facilities lots on Old Church Road), Ken Whillans RMA on Highway 10, east side of McLaughlin Road in Inglewood, and on Winston Churchill Blvd near Terra Cotta. We have parking available on Mill Street in Tottenham. The route runs from Terra Cotta to Palgrave on an old rail bed. Sign up to get our newsletter. The Friends of the DRHT are trying to build a free, public, outdoor recreational interconnected infrastructure in KG that does not revolve around cars. On the north end, the rail trail goes 3 km beyond Thorton curving east to end at the highway where the casino is. Alberta's Iron Horse Trail - 300km rail-trail in Alberta between Waskatenau, Cold Lake, and Heinsburg, part of the Trans Canada Trail Atlantic View Trail - 10km rail-trail east of Dartmouth on Nova Scotia's eastern shore Caledon Trailway - 36km rail-trail between Terra Cotta and Palgrave, Ontario, Canada Whether it's cycling through Niagara's wine country, trekking through Algonquin Park or going for an ATV ride north of Superior, we'll help you find your trail. Spanning Caledon from Terra Cotta to Palgrave, this 35 km multi-use trail follows an abandoned rail line built in 1877. The Town of Caledon purchased a section of the abandoned railway in 1989. The Town purchased the line in 1989. View Caledon trails and points of interest on the Explore Caledon Map (at right). Use care when crossing roads. Contact Town of Caledon for a printed trails map, or click here for an online interactive version. With pit stop every 20 kilometers or so. Excellent for cycling, walking and horseback riding. Stopped at Four Corners Bakery. Caledon, Ontario L7K 0E9 | Tel: 519.927.5221 | admin@caledonskiclub.on.ca Mature hardwood forests and wetlands allow for wonderful birding opportunities. Links to Paris and Cambridge actually extend the trail to 80 kilometres, and it boasts views of the lower city, the Niagara Escarpment, and the Hamilton Brick Works. The Caledon Trailway is open. There are maps at a number of major roads (Palgrave, Caledon East, Hwy. It was the first officially-designated part of the Trans Canada Trail (now called The Great Trail). Think of this as a heatmap, more rides = more kinetic energy = warmer colors. Here is where you can find the perfect trail to get out and have fun! At Inglewood The Great Trail goes north along the Trail Link (on-road) to Forks of the Credit Provincial Park where it joins the Elora Cataract Trailway. The Winter 2020-21 Issue is now available Mapping the Bruce Trail. We ask that equestrians refrain from using the Trailway in early spring to prevent damage to the trail surface. Box 1000, 6311 Old Church Road, Caledon East ON L0N 1E0 905-584-2272 or 1-800-303-2546. Elora Cataract Trail – 47 km trail linking Grand River watershed & Elora area to Credit River watershed. The Hamilton & Northwestern Railway built the line in the 1870's, and was later amalgamated into the Canadian National Railway, to be decommissioned in the 1980's. We will car pool from Caledon East to the start point of the hike and then walk back to Caledon East. The Town of Caledon purchased a section of the abandoned railway in 1989. Our residents make Caledon a vibrant place to live, work and play. A hiking trail from Elora to Cataract which links the watersheds of the Grand and Credit rivers, passes through Fergus, Belwood, Orton and Hillsburgh, rural countryside and three major area parks. Its popularity is due to the fact it was one of the first, and it is the closest Rail Trail outside of Toronto.As a result, the paths are well-maintained, have ample signage, and are never too busy. Walkers & cyclists must yield to horseback riders. Caledon Trailway – 37 km of rail trail with Stationland parks interspersed at various picturesque communities along the way. It’s one of my “good ones” Trail. Easy and flat, making it perfect for clocking those KM’s! But what could you do. Million-dollar project improves public access and safety along the rail trail. Caledon - Rail Trail - (Old Church Road) Region/Township: Caledon. The $1.5 million project, which includes design … It is 6 km away. Located in the Village of Inglewood and nestled in the Caledon Hills we are just steps from the Trans Canada Trailway and the Caledon Rail Trail. Lots to see. Caledon Trailway is a 21.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Caledon, Ontario, Canada that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. Great walking trail, we have been taking our dogs the past few weekends and although it is VERY clearly posted that dogs must be on a leash at all times, there are plenty of people who seem to think that by-law does not apply to them so exercise caution if you’re walking a dog who may not be other dog friendly etc. In Caledon East on the Trailway is the Great Trail Pavilion – and the pavilion was the first to be built in Canada, in 1996. The towns at both ends are very attractive, and significant for their historical interest.