Rating: 4 stars The Palgrave Trail is located just to the north of the town by the same name. Trail name: Caledon Trailway Rating: 4 stars The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. from: Inglewood, Ontario Trail name: Caledon Trailway Trail marking: Very good There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. What I disliked: Camping: Albion Hills Conservation Area near Palgrave has 260 sites. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Trail maintenance: Very good Number of times on the trail: A few times Date submitted: Aug 13, 2002 21 trails on an interactive map of the trail network. Additional comments: deep puddles in springtime just west of Inglewood Trail marking: Fair Wolfe Road, 500 metres south of Highway 9) and rode to Caledon East. Trail marking: Very good OVERALL And, it will serve as a catalyst for local economic development, including providing services for long-distance travelers. Key to the process of defining the preferred route of the Great American Rail-Trail was confirming a route across the country that would provide the highest-quality experience for all types of trail users—from long-distance cyclists and runners to casual daily explorers and everyone in between. The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. Best time to go: Summer or Fall What I liked: Accessible, well maintained, beautiful area... Explore the Great American by state. Sections covered: Terra Cotta to Palgrave   What I liked: Very nice scenery 4       Trail marking: Very good Trail marking: Very good Date that I last visited: July, 2002 Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Canada TrailsBiking, hiking, cross-country skiing, Trail description: Caledon Trailway is a 26 km section of the Trans Canada Trail extending from Palgrave through Caledon East to Terra Cotta. menu Uncategorized hamilton to cambridge rail trail | December 19, 2020 from: Sections covered: Date of last visit: July, 2002 That's just 8.33% of the 132 total listings listed in the city of Caledon. 4       Trail name: Caledon Trailway Additional comments: Watch crossing HWY 10 4 lane highway with centre turn lanes Getting to the trail: The Caledon Trailway is located in southern Ontario about 60 km northwest of Toronto. Rating: 5 stars PALGRAVE SIDE TRAIL – BRUCE TRAIL Mar 2, 2017 | 0 comments This Bruce Trail side trail joins the Bruce Trail with the Oak Ridges rail. Date submitted: June 12, 2004, 5       Number of times on the trail: Once Spanning Caledon from Terra Cotta to Palgrave, this 35 km multi-use trail follows an abandoned rail line built in 1877. Best time to go: summer or fall Trail maintenance: Very good Additional comments: No water supplies. What I liked: Very nice scenery More Palgrave Trail is a 5.4 mile loop trail located near Caledon, Ontario, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. Palgrave Macmillan is a world-class publisher of books and journals. Number of times on the trail: Once 2       The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. Trail maintenance: Fair Date submitted: July 24, 2002 from: Caledon, Ontario Rating: 4.5 stars Trail maintenance: Very good Sections covered: Terra Cotta to Palgrave Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Favourite sections: From Inglewood to Terra Cotta Favourite sections: Inglewood 21 trails with 56 photos Sections covered: terra cotta to caldeon east   Palgrave Conservation Area Mountain Bike, Hike, Trail Running trails near Caledon, Ontario. Map of local region: Caledon Trailway, Number of ratings: 7 Best time to go: summer or fall Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Date that I last visited: July, 2002 1     Trail name: Caledon Trailway Sections that I covered: Date submitted: April 7, 2004 Date submitted: July 19, 2002, Trail name: Caledon Trailway Date submitted: April 7, 2004, 4       Submitted by: T. H. Rating: 4.5 stars Trail name: Caledon Trailway Number of times on the trail: Once The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. Trail marking: Very good Facilities on the trail: Restaurants are in Caledon East and Tottenham. Favourite sections: Inglewood Additional comments: 6       Not fitting with the rest of trail quality. The Great American Rail-Trail is a signature project of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the nation’s largest trails organization—with a grassroots community more than 1 million strong—dedicated to connecting people and communities through a nationwide network of public trails, many from former rail lines. Trail marking: Very good Number of times on the trail: Several times The trail follows the route of the Hamilton and Northern Railway, built in the 1870s. Additional comments: Explore the interactive map to learn more about the "Great American" route. Date last visited: August, 2004 Additional comments: Date submitted: Aug 13, 2002 Rating: 5 stars There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. from: Caledon, Ontario What I disliked: No water supplies. Date submitted: June 12, 2004 Best time to go: Spring, Summer and Fall from: Tottenham Ontario Date submitted: July 19, 2002, Trail name: Caledon Trailway Trail marking: Very good Sections covered: East of Palgrave to Caledon East What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt. Trail maintenance: Very good Trail maintenance: Very good Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Date last visited: May, 2003 Best time to go: Summer Rating: 5 stars What I disliked: No water supplies. Updated – Palgrave Side Trail – Palgrave – Entogeek Updated – Glen Haffy CA trails – Entogeek Added – Grand River Canoe Route, Cambridge to Paris – northernpenguin ... Added Victoria Rail Trail – Kawarthas – northernpenguin Added Fanshawe Lake Trail – London – Brad J. Matuishewski. Trail marking: Fair 3       Number of times on the trail: Once Palgrave Forest offers MTB riders near Toronto’s west side some extra trail in which to let loose. Date submitted: July 19, 2002, Trail name: Caledon Trailway What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt. Best time to go: Summer or Fall Rating: 4 stars What I disliked: can be muddy in springtime, can be busy in summer The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. A collection of books, journal articles and magazine content that amplifies Black voices and the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement. with more than 175 years’ experience in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Trail marking: Very good The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Trail description: Caledon Trailway is a 26 km section of the Trans Canada Trail extending from Palgrave through Caledon East to Terra Cotta. Stationlands Parks can be found in Caledon East (site of the Trans Canada Trail pavilion), Palgrave, Cheltenham and Inglewood. In every state along the Great American Rail-Trail route, iconic trails make possible this grand vision of a nation connected by trails. These trails are hosting the Great American through their communities, making possible this grand vision of a nation connected by trails. Favourite sections: From Inglewood to Terra Cotta Date last visited: July, 2002 Trail maintenance: Fair Favourite sections: The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta. Not fitting with the rest of trail quality. from: Submitted by: This route has a mix of terrain; mostly graded, crushed limestone, and while only some is double-track the entire trail is a wide and established path. Date of last visit: July, 2002 Best time to go: Spring, Summer and Fall What I disliked: can be muddy in springtime, can be busy in summer Date of last visit: July, 2002 Rating: 4.5 stars Favourite sections: very rough, and uneven rocky areas for about 1 -2 km. Date submitted: July 19, 2002, Trail name: Caledon Trailway Rating: 4 stars from: Tottenham Ontario Date last visited: May, 2003 Trail maintenance: Very good Best time to go: Summer / Fall What I disliked: crossing of Highway 10, four lanes of very fast-moving traffic! Palgrave was bisected by a line of the Hamilton & North-Western Railway (mentioned above). Additional comments: No water supplies. Best time to go: Summer   Home of the first Trans Canada Trail Pavilion (in Caledon East) the Trailway follows the path of an abandoned rail line. Download GPS and PDF files of the TCT from Trans Canada Trail. Trail marking: Very good from: Tottenham Ontario Submitted by: JJ This is a rail trail, following the path of a former CN rail line, originally built in 1877 by the Hamilton & North Western Railway. 3       Date submitted: July 24, 2002, 1     Trail is in good shape, crushed-stone surface, passes through several small communities -- Palgrave, Caledon East, Inglewood, Cheltenham and Terra Cotta. Submitted by: T. H. from: Tottenham Ontario Favourite sections: All of it Additional comments: Humber Valley Heritage Trail is a hiking trail from Bolton to Palgrave that runs along the Humber River. Trail name: Caledon Trailway Favourite sections: west of palgrave very rough, and uneven rocky areas for about 1 -2 km. Date submitted: Aug 13, 2002 Rating: 4 stars Best time to go: Summer or Fall Across the nation—and the world—only the limits of imagination will limit its use. First added by Brian Kimbel on May 1, 2018. In 1989, the town purchased a 35-kilometre section of what was once the Hamilton and North-Western Railway for $30,000. What I liked: Very nice scenery Submitted by: T. H. What I liked: The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a couple of beaver dams. Number of times on the trail: A few times Date submitted: July 24, 2002 10 is impossible to cross. Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area (PFWA) is a 306-hectare greenspace located in Peel Region. Sections covered: East of Palgrave to Caledon East Submitted by: sg Length 5.4 miElevation gain 295 ftRoute type Loop Dogs not on their leash. It is a multi-use trail, except for motorized vehicles.   from: Tottenham Ontario This is a gravel trail. Date that I last visited: July, 2002 Date submitted: July 24, 2002 2       Really ..it is two trails....Also first section east of hwy 10 is extremely poorly maintained....i.e. Date submitted: April 7, 2004 1     Date submitted: May 13, 2003 Trail marking: Very good Really ..it is two trails....Also first section east of hwy 10 is extremely poorly maintained....i.e. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling, and walking   The scenery is fantastic and the trail is well maintained. What I disliked: Hwy. What I disliked: crossing of Highway 10, four lanes of very fast-moving traffic! Number of times on the trail: Once What I liked: Peaceful. Best time to go: Spring, Summer and Fall 5       The trail crosses a deep valley of the Humber River west of Palgrave, the Credit River in Inglewood, and smaller creeks at other locations. Anybody here know the Palgrave Trails north of Albion Hills? What I liked: Very nice scenery Best time to go: Summer or Fall Best time to go: Summer or Fall What I disliked: Designated activities: Bicycling, walking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing Submitted by: JJ Date submitted: May 13, 2003 RTC worked in close partnership with dozens of state agency representatives and hundreds of trail partners from across the country to assess and define the preferred route for the Great American to ensure a contiguous and reasonably direct route as well as one that complemented state priorities. Date last visited: July, 2002 Number of times on the trail: Once Additional comments: Watch crossing HWY 10 4 lane highway with centre turn lanes Mcguire Trail has 1 home presently on the market, while the community of Palgrave has 11 homes on the market. Number of times on the trail: Once Average rating: 4.50, 7       Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta. What I liked: Accessible, well maintained, beautiful area... Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Submitted by: Rating: 4.5 stars The Hamilton & Northwestern Railway built the line in the 1870's, and was later amalgamated into the Canadian National Railway, to be decommissioned in the 1980's. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Sections covered: full length Favourite sections: All of it Trail maintenance: Very good The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. Additional comments: No water supplies. Number of times on the trail: A few times What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Best time to go: Summer, Winter, Fall In Headwaters, the Caledon Trailway kicked off the conversion of rail lines to rail trails. Date of last visit: July, 2002 Number of times on the trail: Once What I liked: fantastic conditions, nothing to complain about.Any body can ride it...no special skills needed And with more than 52% of the route already on the ground, now is the time to experience the Great American Rail-Trail! Sections covered: terra cotta to caldeon east Activities I have done on the trail: Walking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. Trail marking: Very good   Best time to go: Summer / Fall Date submitted: July 24, 2002 Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Through 12 states and the District of Columbia, the trail will directly serve nearly 50 million people within 50 miles of the route.   This is America’s trail, and it is the trail of each of the states that will call it home. What I disliked: crossing of Highway 10, four lanes of very fast-moving traffic! Additional comments: Towns along the trail: Inglewood, Terra Cotta, Caledon East, Palgrave, Tottenham, ON 2       Explore the side trails around Albion Hills, Palgrave, and Glen Haffy conservation areas. The Caledon Trailway is 35 km in length, running from Terra Cotta to Hwy 9 east of Palgrave. Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta. The smell is coming from a giant pile of rail ties, being stored beside the rail line near Mount Pleasant. Best time to go: Summer or Fall The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt. The Great American Rail-Trail promises an all-new American experience. Trail marking: Very good Date that I last visited: July, 2002 Best time to go: Summer / Fall The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. The trail winds its way over hills and through valleys, among woodlands dominated with eastern white cedar, sugar maple and white ash. Trail maintenance: Fair Trail maintenance: Very good Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Sections covered: Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Looking for the best trails around Pennsylvania? Sections covered: Favourite sections: All of it Submitted by: T. H. Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Trail marking: Very good Trail name: Caledon Trailway What I liked: scenery is great, easy to follow, The trail crosses a deep valley of the Humber River west of Palgrave, the Credit River in Inglewood, and smaller creeks at other locations. Submitted by: Mark and Eliza Toronto Region Conservation which has trails in Albion Hills and Glen Haffy Conservation Areas. The scenery is fantastic and the trail is well maintained. Number of times on the trail: Several times Trail marking: Very good 5       very rough, and uneven rocky areas for about 1 -2 km. You'll get a sense of this varying terrain in Palgrave Conservation Area. Individual Risk Rating is the risk to invidual users of the crossing. Trail maintenance: Very good What I disliked: crossing of Highway 10, four lanes of very fast-moving traffic! Trail name: Caledon Trailway Trail maintenance: Very good Trail marking: Fair Number of times on the trail: Once very rough, and uneven rocky areas for about 1 -2 km. from: Tottenham Ontario Sections covered: Great scenery Not fitting with the rest of trail quality. Number of times on the trail: Several times What I disliked: Hwy. Trail marking: Very good Trail name: Caledon Trailway What I disliked: from: Trail name: Caledon Trailway Favourite sections: Number of times on the trail: Weekly Trail maintenance: Very good The Caledon Trailway is a multi-use trail: no motorized vehicles (except mobility-assist devices). Trail criteria were developed to ensure the Great American Rail-Trail would provide safe, nonmotorized travel on a route that is entirely walkable and bikeable. Bike shops: Caledon Cycling in Inglewood What I liked: Peaceful. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Submitted by: Mark and Eliza   Trail maintenance: Fair What I liked: scenery is great, easy to follow, from: Bolton, ON Submitted by: Mark and Eliza Best time to go: any time Trail marking: Very good Trail name: Caledon Trailway Sections covered: Sections covered: full length Great scenery Rating: 4 stars Rating: 5 stars   Trail maintenance: Very good Favourite sections: Inglewood These trail criteria specify that the Great America Rail-Trail be one contiguous route that is reasonably direct between Washington, D.C., and Washington State. The trail starts at Hwy 50 and continues for about 11 km until joining the main Bruce Trail at Glen Haffy Conservation Area. What I disliked: Copyright © 2019 — Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Weather report: Caledon Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling, and walking 1     Additional comments: deep puddles in springtime just west of Inglewood Additional comments: Protecting these trails through advocacy, volunteerism and donations is key to bringing the vision of the Great American to life. 10 is impossible to cross. Submitted by: Additional comments: No water supplies. The trail bisects all major landscape features in Caledon: the Humber & Credit Rivers, the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment. The trail crosses a deep valley of the Humber River west of Palgrave, the Credit River in Inglewood, and smaller creeks at other locations. What I disliked: No water fountains. Additional comments: The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a deep valleys. Lodging: Millcroft Inn & Spa in Caledon has 52 guestrooms. Additional comments: No water supplies. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and cross country skiing. Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling, and walking Trail marking: Very good There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. Rating: 4 stars Palgrave was bisected by a line of the Hamilton & North-Western Railway (mentioned above). Submitted by: Mark and Eliza Number of times on the trail: Once There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. Not fitting with the rest of trail quality. Best time to go: Summer, Winter, Fall Favourite sections: west of palgrave What I disliked: crossing of Highway 10, four lanes of very fast-moving traffic! Trail maintenance: Fair Date that I last visited: July, 2002 Trail marking: Very good Additional comments: Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Rating: 4.5 stars These trails have been built through the hard work and ingenuity of the trails community—nonprofit partners, state agencies and volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to protect and preserve these priceless corridors.   What I disliked: No water supplies. Number of times on the trail: Once   Submitted by: Mark and Eliza Rating: 4.5 stars Trail maintenance: Very good What I liked: fantastic conditions, nothing to complain about.Any body can ride it...no special skills needed Number of times on the trail: Once Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Favourite sections: Best time to go: any time What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt.   Sections that I covered: Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta.   from: Tottenham Ontario from: What I disliked: can be muddy in springtime, can be busy in summer Trail name: Caledon Trailway Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Number of times on the trail: Weekly Sections that I covered: Date submitted: July 19, 2002, © Copyright 1999-2020 Canada Trails Contact us | About Canada Trails | Privacy policy. The trail crosses a deep valley of the Humber River west of Palgrave, the Credit River in Inglewood, and smaller creeks at other locations. Visitors can stop in the villages along the way to refuel with locally sourced food and beverage before exploring some more. Date last visited: May, 2003 Date submitted: Aug 13, 2002, 2       Number of times on the trail: Once What I disliked: No water supplies. Rating: 5 stars What I liked: Accessible, well maintained, beautiful area... Through 12 states and the District of Columbia, the trail will directly serve nearly 50 million people within 50 miles of the route. What I liked: Started out in Tottenham (it is not officially open from this point to Mt. The line was abandoned by CN in 1986 and has since been rehabilitated and incorporated into a multi-use regional recreational trail which is part of the Caledon Trailway, The … Trail maintenance: Very good Submitted by: Mark and Eliza from: Tottenham Ontario What I disliked: No water supplies. You can help by making a gift to RTC, supporting the national leadership and on-the-ground support—the work to organize people, plans and ideas; trail planning and community engagement; the advocacy and marketing that is necessary to completing the Great American Rail-Trail. The Great American Rail-Trail is a trail for everyone—separated from vehicle traffic, with gentle grades and an unparalleled experience. Date last visited: June, 2004 Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Trail maintenance: Fair Rating: 4.5 stars Trail marking: Fair Best time to go: summer or fall from: Mississauga The Town purchased the line in 1989. from: Caledon, Ontario This intense, fast cardio ride consists mainly of one continuous loop. Date submitted: July 24, 2002 Rating: 5 stars The scenery is fantastic and the trail is well maintained. Trail name: Caledon Trailway Activities I have done on the trail: Walking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing Trail maintenance: Very good Date last visited: Mar, 2004 Number of times on the trail: Once Sections that I covered: Not heavily traveled. Trail name: Caledon Trailway |  Contact, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Holmes County Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Mohican Valley Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Kokosing Gap Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Downtown Connector Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Heart of Ohio Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Meredith State Road Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Sandel Legacy Trail (Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail), Thomas W. 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Rating: 5 stars What I liked: The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a couple of beaver dams. Trail marking: Very good Sections covered: Caledon East to Terra Cotta Rating: 5 stars What I disliked: What I disliked: No water supplies. Sections covered: Terra Cotta to Palgrave Trail name: Caledon Trailway Trail name: Caledon Trailway Favourite sections: From Inglewood to Terra Cotta Favourite sections: west of palgrave Date submitted: July 19, 2002, Trail name: Caledon Trailway The line was abandoned by CN in 1986 and has since been rehabilitated and incorporated into a multi-use regional recreational trail which is part of the Caledon Trailway, The Great Pine Ridge Trail and the Trans Canada Trail. Not heavily traveled. Trail name: Caledon Trailway Date of last visit: July, 2002 Rating: 4 stars Favourite sections: From Inglewood to Terra Cotta Trail marking: Very good Favourite sections: Submitted by: Mark and Eliza Submitted by: Best time to go: any time Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling, and walking Explore the Great American Rail-Trail map above to learn more about the route and to find trails you can visit today. Trail map: Available on the Caledon website. Submitted by: sg Best time to go: Spring, Summer and Fall Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling Additional comments: 4       Wolfe Road, 500 metres south of Highway 9) and rode to Caledon East. Rating: 4 stars Trail marking: Very good Trail name: Caledon Trailway Favourite sections: From Inglewood to Terra Cotta Really ..it is two trails....Also first section east of hwy 10 is extremely poorly maintained....i.e. Favourite sections: All of it Trail maintenance: Fair Activities I have done on the trail: Bicycling, and walking 1     Date submitted: Aug 13, 2002 Trail marking: Fair Date submitted: June 12, 2004 What I disliked: No water supplies. It will be separated from vehicle traffic—a minimum of 80 percent initially and ultimately entirely separated when the trail is complete. Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta. Best time to go: Summer / Fall There are signs indicating the distance to the next community at most road crossings. Date last visited: July, 2002 What I disliked: Date last visited: May, 2003 Best time to go: Spring, Summer and Fall Trail name: Caledon Trailway   Rating: 5 stars Trail name: Caledon Trailway Best time to go: Summer, Winter, Fall Date that I last visited: July, 2002 Trail marking: Fair What I liked: Very nice scenery (But what rail trail is?) 1     Wolfe Road, 500 metres south of Highway 9) and rode to Caledon East. What I liked: scenery is great, easy to follow, Submitted by: JJ Number of times on the trail: Weekly Favourite sections: from: Tottenham Ontario Dogs not on their leash. What I disliked: Hwy. Good for hiking and biking -- no motorized traffic. Oak Ridges Trail links with the Caledon Trailway just outside of Palgrave.   Number of times on the trail: Once Good for hiking and biking -- no motorized traffic. Web site: Town of Caledon Best time to go: Summer, Winter, Fall What I liked: Accessible, well maintained, beautiful area... Favourite sections: All of it Explore the best rated trails in Pennsylvania, whether you're looking an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the D&L Trail and Heritage Rail Trail County Park.With more than 272 trails covering 5947 miles you’re bound to find a perfect trail for you. Trail maintenance: Fair The trail crosses a deep valley of the Humber River west of Palgrave, the Credit River in Inglewood, and smaller creeks at other locations. Trail maintenance: Very good The landscape along the trail is very pleasant. What I liked: The land is generally rolling and the trail is bordered by farm fields, woodlots and a couple of beaver dams. Sections covered: Terra Cotta to Palgrave Additional comments: We started in Tottenham where the South Simcoe Railway ends (it is not officially open, the surface may be quite crude, and it will be at your own risk) and traveled to Terra Cotta. 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