Credit Valley Trail

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The Town of Halton Hills is working with Credit Valley Conservation to gather public input on a proposed trail linking the Greenbelt to Lake Ontario. Highlighting the watershed’s natural and cultural destinations through outdoor recreation, this proposed 113 km trail will knit together our urban and rural communities and stimulate local economic development.

A master plan will be developed with municipalities and trail partners to identify an ideal route. The trail will promote a deeper understanding of the significance of our natural and cultural resources to a shared history.

More than just limestone screenings and directional signs, the trail will serve as a green gym, a destination in a tourism strategy, a history lesson, access to nature’s art gallery, an active transportation corridor and perhaps most importantly – a community builder for the Credit River and the watershed.

Enjoy the outdoors.

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The Town of Halton Hills is working with Credit Valley Conservation to gather public input on a proposed trail linking the Greenbelt to Lake Ontario. Highlighting the watershed’s natural and cultural destinations through outdoor recreation, this proposed 113 km trail will knit together our urban and rural communities and stimulate local economic development.

A master plan will be developed with municipalities and trail partners to identify an ideal route. The trail will promote a deeper understanding of the significance of our natural and cultural resources to a shared history.

More than just limestone screenings and directional signs, the trail will serve as a green gym, a destination in a tourism strategy, a history lesson, access to nature’s art gallery, an active transportation corridor and perhaps most importantly – a community builder for the Credit River and the watershed.

Enjoy the outdoors.

Click here to view an enlarged map.

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    Based on the information provided, please let us know your feedback on the following:

    1. Would you use this type of trail?

    2. How would you use this trail? (i.e. cycling, running, leisure walking, etc.)

    3. What benefits does this initiative bring to the Community?

    4. Do you envision any concerns or challenges?

    5. Would you like to participate in a Norval Project Steering Committee?  If you are interested in participating please contact Heather Kaufmann at hkaufmann@haltonhills.ca



    Based on the information provided, please let us know your feedback on the following:

    1. Would you use this type of trail?

    2. How would you use this trail? (i.e. cycling, running, leisure walking, etc.)

    3. What benefits does this initiative bring to the Community?

    4. Do you envision any concerns or challenges?

    5. Would you like to participate in a Norval Project Steering Committee?  If you are interested in participating please contact Heather Kaufmann at hkaufmann@haltonhills.ca