Apr 7
9:30 AM
6 km
1.5 - 2 hrs
Iain Craig
Walk the West Humber River: Albion Rd. to the main Humber

Join us on April 7th for a gentle morning hike at Summerlea Park, starting at 9:30 AM. This outing will last between 1.5 to 2 hours, covering an easy 6 kilometers with no hills to navigate.

With the arrival of spring, this hike offers a chance to enjoy the outdoors on both paved and natural trails. Once you register, we’ll send you all the necessary directions to ensure you find us easily. Please note, parking is available for free, but there are no washroom facilities.

We’ll be walking the Humber Recreational Trail for a part of our journey, and then onto a trail leading to where the West Humber meets the Main Humber. It’s a great opportunity to see the area as it awakens for spring. Plus, you’ll hear the story of what happened here during Hurricane Hazel in 1954, adding a historical dimension to our walk.

Hiking Recommendations:

It’s a good idea to dress in layers and wear comfortable shoes for walking on both paved and unpaved surfaces. The trails are generally easy to navigate, but being prepared will help you enjoy the hike even more.

Hike Leader:

Iain Craig will lead our hike. As a knowledgeable HVHTA board member with a deep understanding of the Humber River watershed, Iain will share insights into the area’s history and natural features as we walk.


Directions will be sent to the email address used for the Registration form below


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