Credit Valley Trail

The Credit Valley Trail (CVT) is a legacy project that has been talked about for over 60 years. With the goal of connecting people to the natural, cultural and First Nations heritage of the Credit, the largest river in the Greater Toronto Area, the CVT aims to foster a deeper understanding of the significance that the Credit River has played in the development of our communities and Canada.

Finally, the time has come to achieve this vision and it is now being led by Credit Valley Conservation, Credit Valley Conservation Foundation, Credit Valley Heritage Society through the generous support of the Greenbelt. The CVT will be the first river-long heritage tourism trail in Ontario. Following the banks of the Credit River from headwaters in Orangeville to the mouth of the river in Port Credit, the CVT will stretch approximately 113-km, combining both hiking and cycling. Along this route, the CVT will also highlight the watersheds First Nations presence as well as natural and cultural heritage resources and promoting them as destinations along the trailway for tourists to appreciate and enjoy.

 

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