The Town of North Perth (Listowel) offers trail users a unique combination of trails through the core area, agricultural land, parks, and former railway rights of way. The Rotary Walkway follows Memorial Park along the Maitland River, parklands, and core area.
The North Perth Trails committee was formed in 1997 to connnect the three wards of North Perth with a trail system. The trail is for the most part, the former railway lines and run approximately 22 km; from Gowanstown to Henfryn through Listowel and Atwood. The trail is used for walking, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing.
The trail is part of the Perth Country Trails system. A guide of the entire trail system is available at the Parks & Recreation office.
Information provided by the North Perth website.
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