Credit Valley Trail

The Credit Valley Trail (CVT) is a legacy project that has been explored by Credit Valley Conservation for over 60 years.  The CVT will be a continuous 100 kilometre pathway through the Credit River Valley – from the Hills of the Headwaters in Orangeville to Lake Ontario in Port Credit – connecting people to the beauty of nature, rich cultural experiences, Indigenous heritage and values, and to the sacred, sustaining waters of the Credit River.

To learn more visit  www.creditvalleytrail.com

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