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Humber Valley Heritage Trail


One of many trails that criss-cross the lands managed by the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, the Humber Valley Heritage Trail combines the best of urban nature trails with land conservation and water management practices.

It is possible to view interesting natural and cultural features along the 15 km stretch of the Humber Valley, from Palgrave to Bolton. The route crosses several road, allowing access at a number of points.

In Palgrave there is a large annual equestrian show and horse events, and in Bolton you have an emerging community striving to strike a balance between development and an appreciation for the communities history and natural beauty.

At its northern terminus, the Humber Valley Heritage Trail is a two minute road walk from the Caledon Trailway, part of both the Trans Canada Trail and the Bruce Trail. The land is part of the Upper Main Humber River Watershed, owned by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

 


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