Humber Valley Heritage Trail: TREES OF THE HUMBER VALLEY WALK Timing: 9:30 am, Saturday, June 15 (1.5 – 2 hrs) Description: Interested in becoming more familiar with Ontario’s native trees? This slow-paced walk will focus on basic identifying characteristics of around 20 native tree species found in the Humber Valley. Some key ID...Read More
Humber Valley Heritage Trail: PALGRAVE TO BOLTON Timing: 9:30 am, Saturday, April 27 (2.5 or 5 hrs) Description: (8 kms or 15.5 kms) This hike offers a choice — walk the first half of the Caledon section of the Humber Valley Heritage Trail, or go end to end for double that distance (15.5 kms). Either choice will provide lots of healthy...Read More
WALK THE TRAILS AT JACKMAN FOREST Timing: 9:30 am, Saturday, April 6 (1.5-2 hrs) Description: Join us for a morning hike on the Hal Jackman property north of Kleinburg. A sensational wilderness hike is planned on nice trails with several suspension bridges spanning the East Humber River, through beautiful older growth forests &...Read More
The Humber Valley Heritage Trail begins at the headwaters of the Humber River near the town of Palgrave and follows the Humber River Valley south through all its wonderful vistas, twists, and turns.
To plan, create, maintain and promote a public recreational hiking trail system in the Humber Valley Watershed for the recreational and educational use, benefit and enjoyment of the general public. The system of public recreational hiking trails will be located in the Humber Valley Watershed from Lake Ontario to Palgrave, linking the Bruce Trail and other recreational trails throughout the Humber Valley Watershed.
To promote, support and engage in public education regarding the appreciation, renewal and protection of the natural environment surrounding the Humber Valley trail system, and to encourage ecologically responsible attitudes towards it.Read more
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Membership funds are used to cover the construction, maintenance and insurance costs of the trail.
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