The Elora Cataract Trailway is a 47 km linear greenland and section of the Trans Canada Trail system which follows an historic railway line joining two major watersheds, the Credit River and the Grand River.
The trail passes through a glaciated landscape where forest and farm fields abound. In addition, the trail, passes through several towns and villages including Cataract, Erin, Hillsburgh, Orton, Belwood, Fergus and Elora.
All parts of the trail are open to walkers/hikers, cyclists, wheelchairs and skiers/snowshoers while designated sections are open to snowmobilers (in season) and designated sections are open to equestrians except during the spring between March 15 and June 1.
Access is available at most road intersections and parking is available at several trailhead parking locations. Please check the trail map at www.trailway.org
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