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Following the gentle curves of the Credit River, the Credit Valley Footpath stretches across parts of both Halton and Peel Regions. With parts of the trail intersecting with the historic Bruce Trail, you can hike this beautiful passage straight through to Terra Cotta Conservation Area and beyond.

The mature forest canopy contains both deciduous and coniferous ecosystems along with stretches of open marshy lowlands. The Credit Valley Footpath also helps connect hikers to the ancestral home of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, guardians of the Credit River lands.

Footpath Access

Parking or access to the Credit Valley Footpath's seven sections can be found on the map below:

Useful Information

  • Trail maps available on the trail's official website.

  • The trail is quite rugged in parts and not suitable for strollers.

  • The terrain is a mix of flat and (sometimes steep) hilled sections and rated moderate in difficulty.

  • Some parts of the trail require creek/water crossings.

  • The Credit Valley Footpath follows the curves of the Credit River.

  • Trails lead to Terra Cotta Conservation Area (hiking into which is prohibited without a pass).

  • Credit Valley Footpath intersects with the Bruce Trail.

Trail Photos

Browse through photos of Credit Valley Footpath taken by fellow Halton Hikers members.

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