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Graydon Trail


Beginning in the southeastern portion of the conservation area near the Caledon Trailway off Winston Churchill Boulevard, this route is a Bruce Trail side-trail. Taking you past old conifer plantations, valley edges and into mature forest stands, this trail connects to the A.F. Coventry Nature Trail, which you can follow back to the Terra Cotta parking area or to the Vaughn Trail which eventually connects with the Bruce. The Graydon Trail is isolated and rugged in spots so plan accordingly.

At Terra Cotta, we have created a network of interconnected hiking trails, footpaths and old roadways that will take you to different parts of the conservation area where you can experience a mosaic of natural and cultural settings. Many of the trails are named for individuals or families that have influenced this area of escarpment land. Some trails are complete loops and some are linear, with links to others. Use the trail descriptions and map to decide the best route and always plan ahead. Directions: 14452 Winston Churchill Blvd., Halton Hills (2 km north of the Village of Terra Cotta), Information provided by the Credit Valley Conservation website. 



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