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LIST OF CLUBS (ALPHABETICALLY)
The Avon Trail
100 km hiking trail from St Marys to Conestogo, northeast of Waterloo. The Avon Trail links the Thames Valley Trail with the Grand Valley Trail.
Bayfield River Valley Trail
Local walkers/hikers as well as visitors will all enjoy physical and mental benefits from their outdoor experiences along the trails that this group plans to develop along the beautiful Bayfield River Valley.
Bighead River Heritage Association (Trout Hollow Trail)
A walking trail that travels through private property along both sides of the Bighead River.
Bruce Trail Conservancy
The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest continuous footpath in Canada. It runs along the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory, spanning more than 850km of main trail. Nine Bruce Trail Clubs support the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Each Club manages a section of the Trail.
Durham Outdoors Club
The Durham Outdoors Club began with a small group of like-minded individuals who got together informally to enjoy outdoor pursuits in each others company. Hiking, canoeing, cycling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing are among the clubs more common pursuit.
Elgin Hiking Trail Club
South Western Ontario's jewel of trails with 41 kilometres of trails through the Carolinian Forests with trail elevations of approx. 70 meters.
Elora Cataract Trailway Association
A forty-seven kilometre trailway linking parks, watersheds and communities in south-central Ontario.
Friends of the Trail (Quinte West)
A non-profit community based organization that assists the Ministry Of Natural Resources in developing, maintaining and promoting the Lower Trent Rail Trail, a former rail bed between Trenton and Glen Ross.
Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association
Dedicated to the conservation of our natural resources and has as its objective, the establishment and maintenance of a hiking trail for public use from Port Hope to the Bruce Trail near Collingwood.
Grand Valley Trails Association
The Grand Valley Trail is a marked footpath stretching more than 250 km between Rock Point Provincial Park on Lake Erie to the town of Alton, near Orangeville.
Guelph Hiking Trail Club
Dedicated to recreational hiking, and to building and maintaining rural trails in the general area between the Grand Valley (Fergus, Elora, Cambridge) on the west and the Bruce Trail (Limehouse--near Acton) on the east. The Club is also involved with others in building multi-use trails on recently abandoned railway lines.
Hamilton Burlington Trails Council
HBTC is a not for profit organization whose mission is to serve as a trail alliance in developing and communicating a first class trail system in the Hamilton Burlington region, which promotes the health benefits of recreational trail use to residents and visitors while conserving our valuable natural ecosystems.
Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association
The HVHTA has built and is maintaining a hiking trail along the beautiful Humber valley north from Bolton, Ontario to join with the Bruce Trail and the Caledon Trailway. It is hoped, with other chapters, to eventually develop a trail all the way down the Humber Valley to the Waterfront Trail on Lake Ontario.
Lambton Shores Nature Trails
A network of connected, accessible, safe & user-friendly Nature Trails for Lambton Shores & Vicinity (LS&V) for the walking, hiking, cycling, horse-back riding & outdoor enthusiasts.
Maitland Trail Association
Following the path of the Maitland River the MTA encourages hiking, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, and nature study as a form of recreation along this trail.
Oak Ridges Trail Association
With over 200 kilometres of trail, ORTA is organized into ten "Chapters" along the Oak Ridges Moraine, so that local knowledge can be used to plan, develop and maintain the trail. The Chapters are: Caledon, King, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Uxbridge, Scugog, Clarington, Hope/Hamilton and Northumberland.
Ottawa Rambling Club
The Ottawa Rambling Club takes you off the beaten path with Saturday & Sunday hikes in the National Capital Region`s jewel - Gatineau Park - and through out-of-town adventures. We offer year-round outings - hiking, snowshoeing & cross country skiing.
Ottawa Wilderness Adventure Club
O.W.A.C is a non for profit, private group of like-minded individuals who get together to enjoy outdoor pursuits in each others company. Hiking, kayaking, cross-country skiing, and snow shoeing are among the clubs sanctioned events.
Rideau Trail Association
A founding member of Hike Ontario, the RTA's purpose is to preserve and maintain a hiking trail from Kingston to Ottawa. In addition to the main trail, there are a number of side trails which are marked by blue triangles. The total length of cleared and marked trails is 387 kilometres.
Thames Valley Trail Association
The TVTA offers recreational hiking and cross-country skiing inside and outside the Thames Valley Region, as well as related social gatherings. They also maintain and develop walking and hiking trails in the London area, maintain over 130 kilometres of hiking trails, and promote hikes of varying difficulty from a one hour stroll to a demanding three day hike.
Thunder Bay Hiking Association
The TBHA promotes recreational hiking and related seasonal activities such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and backpacking in the Thunder Bay area.
Voyageur Trail Association
The Voyageur Trail is a true wilderness trail in Northern Ontario.A pedestrian trail only--this means that it is made for hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing and bushwhack skiing.
Waterloo 55+ Seniors Hiking Club
Contact Raymond Ramshaw.