The Town of Caledon has over 260 km of trails available for your use. Get active and find out where you can explore the great outdoors.

View our Trail Map

Learn more about Caledon trails.

Please help us keep our trails and pathways clean. Contact us to report concerns or vandalism.

Former Orangeville Brampton Railway corridor closed

The former Orangeville Brampton Railway Corridor is closed to the public. The Town of Caledon is converting a 35 km stretch of the railway into an active transportation trail. Visit our Caledon Rail to Trail Project webpage for more information.

The Caledon Trailway

The Caledon Trailway is a multi-use trail that crosses major landscape features in our community, including:

  • The Humber and Credit Rivers
  • The Oak Ridges Moraine
  • Niagara Escarpment

Whether you're walking, riding horseback, cycling, or cross-country skiing, you can enjoy the Trailway.

Using the Trailway

When on the Trailway, make sure that you stay on the marked trail unless you are using a designated side trail.

Please note:

  • If you're cycling, make sure that you give any pedestrians right of way and access on a trail
  • You must yield to horses and riders if you're walking or cycling
  • Your pets must be on a leash and make sure to clean up after them
  • We do not maintain trails during the winter months

Please be courteous at all times and always respect private property. You should signal before turning and stopping. Always provide early warning when meeting others (horn, bell, voice command) on the Trailway.

We do not permit unauthorized motor vehicles on any off-road trail within the Town of Caledon.

The Trans Canada Trail

The Trans Canada Trail runs from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. The Trail links Canadians from many communities over nearly 24,000 kilometres. The Elora-Cataract Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail.

Explore more trails

The Bruce Trail Conservancy follows the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory. Local clubs like the Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club maintain the trail. Visit the Ontario Trails Council for more information on trails in Ontario.

You can also explore: