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Trans Canada Trail - Claremont


The trail enters Uxbridge via the abandoned CN Rail Line from Lindsay, traverses the Uxbridge urban area and extends south through Brookdale, the Durham Forest, and finally through the Glen Major Complex to the Uxbridge - Pickering Townline.

TRCA's area of jurisdiction includes 3,467 square kilometres: 2,506 on land and 961 water-based. This area is comprised of nine watersheds and starting from the west includes Etobicoke Creek, Mimico Creek, Humber River, Don River, Highland Creek, Rouge River, Petticoat Creek, Duffins Creek and Carruthers Creek in the east.

 

The Clarmont Feild Centre contains a 161 hectare (398 acre) landscape, owned by the TRCA, includes a variety of habitats; fields and ponds, large maple and beech forests, cedar lowlands as well as plantation forests. The TCT travels through the westerly portion of the Field Centre, offering a gorgeous link for the Trans Canada Trail.   Direction for the Field centre:  3km north of Hwy 7 on the eighth concession, west of Westney Road.


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