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Avon Trail


The Avon trail is a hiking trail linking the Thames Valley and Grand Valley Trails. Starting where the Thames Valley Trail terminates in St. Mary's, the trail continues on to Wildwood Lake and then in an easterly direction towards Harrington.

Taking a north-easterly turn toward Stratford, and following the Banks of the Avon River and Silver Creek, the trail then reaches Amulree. It continues through rolling farmland to the area below Bamberg.

After skirting the edge of Waterloo, the trail ends in the village of Conestogo where it meets the Grand Valley Trail.



The Avon Trail is an important link in the fine network of walking paths in Southern Ontario. It is possible to walk from the beginning of the Elgin Trail on Lake Erie to either Tobermory or Niagara falls.


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