• Bikers

    Elora Cataract Trailway Association

  • ECT at Gartshore St., Fergus, Ontario

    ECT at Gartshore St, Fergus, Ontario

  • Tree planting and stewardship

    Tree planting and stewardship

  • Part of Trailway Now OPEN

Looking for an activity to do while on the Trailway?

DOWNLOAD the list of 18 different bird species identified on a hike between Gerrie Rd and Beatty Line. How many can you spot?



Open Volunteer Positions

We are looking for someone(s) interested

in maintaining the trailhead gardens

at Beatty Line and/or Gerrie Rd.

email if you are interested

Download NEW Trailway Map

Enjoy our forty-seven kilometre trailway linking the Credit River Watershed to the Grand River Watershed and communities along the way.

Download our new map as a PDF or use our RideWithGPS map to explore and navigate.


Planning a visit to the Trailway? Find a parking lot here.

Side Trail Maps

Download the Fergus-Aboyne Four Trail Loop map, approx. 1 hours loop. You can start either at Beatty Line Park lot of Wellington County Museum and Archives. DOWNLOAD MAP

Memberships and donations

Memberships and donations help us fund Trailway improvements and capital projects.

From The Blog

Trail reopens betweeen Gerrie Rd and Beatty Line

Trail reopens betweeen Gerrie Rd and Beatty Line

A mutual agreement between the Township and the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) will see a section of the Elora Cataract Trail re-open between Elora and Fergus effective today, Friday, May 1.  FULL DETAILS HERE.
GRCA & CVC temporarily close Elora Cataract Trailway

GRCA & CVC temporarily close Elora Cataract Trailway

Because of Covid-19 pandemic, the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) close all parks effective March 23, read details HERE. The Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) closed all parks on March 24th, read details HERE. This means the Elora Cataract Trailway is...

How to Stay Visible on the Trail

The stark sun-starved days of November and December are a reminder that pedestrian and cyclist visibility is important any time of year. Fog, blowing snow and even the fully-leaved trees and shrubs of summer can reduce your visibility to others...