The Kissing Bridge Trailway is a rail trail that runs between Guelph and Millbank. The trail passes through Ariss, West Montrose, Elmira, Wallenstein, Linwood and Millbank. Most of the trail is located in the Waterloo County and is well maintained. A wonderful journey through rural areas and towns. For a detailed map of the entire trail click here: http://bp0.blogger.com/_9pR_9MukNY/RdpVZ6rtp7I/AAAAAAAAADk/f2UVSwGAP14/s1600-h/kissing_bridge_trail_map.jpg
The abandoned 45 km stretch of rail line (of which the Kissing Bridge Trail is a section) from Guelph to Millbank was purchased by the Province in 1990 and subsequently leased by the Region in 1997 as a rails to trails conversion project.
The operations of the trailway are coordinated by a volunteer Trailway Advisory Board with representatives from five steward groups consisting of the Elmira Lions Club, the Conestogo-Winterbourne Optimist Club, the Guelph Hiking Trail Club, the Linwood Lions, and the Golden Triangle Snowmobile Club.
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