The first phase of the Humber Trail (3.5 kilometres) has a link to the Canadian McMichael Art Collection and Boyd Conservation Area. It is open and free of charge, for hiking, biking and walking. This section of the Humber Trail is dedicated to William Granger, former T.R.C.A. Chair, in recognition of his contribution to watershed management.
It includes many significant natural habitats, cultural and heritage resources, recreational and educational facilities, and the historic aboriginal trade route known as the Toronto Carrying-Place Trail. These values contributed to Humber River’s designation as a Canadian Heritage River. Information provided by the city of Vaughan website.
Directions: Main intersections are Stegman’s Mill Road and Islington Avenue.
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