The Avon Trail is a linear hiking trail running from St. Marys to Conestogo, Ontario, Canada established and maintained by volunteers. Also, it exists due to the generosity of landowners. It provides a link between the Thames Valley Trail and the Grand Valley Trail. OVERVIEW of the MAIN TRAIL.
Volunteers devote many hours performing a variety of trail mainteance tasks such as cutting weeds and branches to planning and building footbridges so the walking is a more enjoyable experience.
Joining The Avon Trail helps to support the objectives. Volunteering to help with various tasks would be greatly appreciated. Please join us: Membership Application here (PDF). Initially come as a guest. On the hike schedule a contact person will be listed. Call or e-mail the person. He/She will be able to answer any questions you have about the hike and give you more specific information about the meeting place.
If you cannot join The Avon Trail, please consider becoming a Friend of the Avon Trail. >>> Here's how
March 18, 2014
Kiwanis Community Centre Complex, 111 Lakeside Drive, Stratford
Guest speakers: Dale & Jane presenting their hiking trip to the Rocky Mountains.
The 6th edition of the Avon Trail Guide is available with improved full colour maps and makes a great gift. Read more.
What are those numbers in the Avon Trail Guide, like 43.296425,-80.973462?
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Volunteers prepare and lead group hikes. These hikes are submitted to the Hike Coordinator who compiles a hike schedule.
The establishment and maintenance of the Avon Trail is a work in progress carried out by volunteers. For various reasons there are changes to the trail between publications of the Guide. Before going on a hike check Reroutes.
Trilliums, Poison Ivy, Giant Hogweed and Others.