The Trans Canada Trail spans about 50 km from the Lake Ontario Waterfront to Uxbridge. The trail passes through Walker Woods and Glen Major and Durham Forests.
Durham Forest is situated on the Oak Ridges Moraine, a unique ridge of land up to 300 metres high that is about 200 km in length. It stretches from the Niagara Escarpment in the west to the Trent River in the east. Durham and Glen Major Forests have networks of trails for mountain biking and cross-country skiing.
The Uxbridge Town Trail System is a network of trails in the urban area that will also connect to major trails to the south (the Trans-Canada Trail and the Oak Ridges Trail). The Town Trails aim to help residents to appreciate the beauty of their town, to link the various sections of the town together for walkers and bikers, to encourage healthy outdoor exercise, and to foster an appreciation of the natural environment.
The Uxbridge Town Trail system is an initiative of the “Uxbridge, Naturally” group.
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