2024-05-26

Experience the unmatched beauty of spring migration in Happy Valley Forest with our guided birdwatching hike

2024-06-08

Explore Trails West of Bolton, including a new one

2024-06-11 – Tuesday Trek

Raymore Drive in Weston

2024-07-06

Mid-Summer Hike Nashville Conservation Reserve

About Us

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. Our Mission 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 …

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Membership

Interested in joining the HVHTA? Want to renew your membership? HVHTA memberships are now available for purchase ONLINE. Membership funds are used to cover the construction, maintenance and insurance costs of the trail. You don’t have to be a member to use the trail, but if there were no members, there would be no trail! Annual membership is $20. To join or renew your membership, please fill

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Trail Maps

Hike Schedule 2024

Tuesday Treks – Returning this May!

This popular 8-week program returns this May & June, featuring a one-hour walk every Tuesday. Perfect for those who prefer a shorter walk or a mid-week adventure, the walks are designed to accommodate your busy schedule.

The planned routes feature well-groomed trails which are generally flat, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable experience for hikers of all levels. Each walk will begin and end at the same location, providing convenience and accessibility for all.

The walks start at 10 a.m. and finish at approximately 11 a.m. Iain Craig (HVHTA Board Member) will be the hike leader and guide for all of the walks.

Schedule

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Registration is required for all hikes.

Registration for each hike will open one month prior to hike date.

You don’t have to be a member to use the trail, but if there were no members, there would be no trail!