Speed River – Niska Road Trail

This trail through evergreen forest runs along the west side of the Speed River floodplain in Guelph, from Niska Road (parking) over to Fife Road, and is popular for cycling and dog walking, though can be wet/flooded in Spring. The Riverside Park portion is crushed stone.

Information provided by the Kitchener-Waterloo Guelph & Cambridge websites.

We encourage all trail users to contact the City of Guelph for more information on this trail as they have responsibility for its operation and management.

Contact information is on the lower right of this trail page. They have maps and more information on use and activity.

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TRAIL STATS
LENGTH:
3.4 km 
DIFFICULTY: •• 
ACTIVITIES:
Hiking & Walking, Cycling - Roads & Paths, Cross Country Skiing 
CHARACTER:
Natural, Urban 
SURFACE:
Gravel 
AMENITIES:
 
OTHER:
 
LOCATION
REGION:
Southwestern Ontario 
SUB-REGION:
Grand River Country 
CLOSEST TOWN(S):
Guelph 
GPS:
Latitude 43.50215
Longitude -80.25478
See Map 
SEASONS / HOURS
Year-round 
CONTACT INFO
NAME:
City of Guelph , Admin 
PHONE:
519-822-1260 
EMAIL: Email Us Now  
WEB SITE
For more information, including maps, please visit our Web site at www.guelph.ca
 
 
 

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