• 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

Certain CVC Sections of the Trailway closed until 2025

Certain CVC Sections of the Trailway closed until 2025

While construction of the linear works for the Erin Wastewater System Project and restoration is ongoing, the trail will be closed to the public. Sections of the trail are now closed for approximately 22 months lasting until June 2025. The CVC-owned portion of the ECT between 6th Line and Trafalgar Road in Hillsburgh and the portion between 10th Line, Erin Village to Cataract Road, Town of Caledon will remain open during construction. For more information on project timelines and construction updates, visit the Town of Erin’s Wastewater System Project webpage at For more information and updates go to and

UPDATES – Section of Elora Cataract Trailway to be closed for 5 months. The ECT between the western limit of the Erin Glen subdivision and 10th Line will be closed until September. Details at



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?



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

Trailway AGM set for April 7, 2024

Trailway AGM set for April 7, 2024

Our guest speaker this year is Adam Brylowski, Manager of Conservation and Trail at the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC). His talk is entitled “The Bruce Trail: Protecting a Ribbon of Wilderness.” Adam will cover an exploration of the Bruce Trail...

Hike Ontario Wilderness Day Hike Leader Course Nov. 18

The 'Wilderness Day Hike Leader' certified training course introduces participants to the standards of a trained wilderness hike leader, risk management for Wilderness Day Hikes where the hike is more than 2 hours from road access.  The course equips leaders to be particularly...