March 17th Meeting
The ULTRA AVON TRAIL END-to-END APRIL 11, 2015
StarStarStar Read About the Avon Trail Thru Run StarStarStar

40th Anniversary Activities

Hike Schedule: includes End-to-End, 12 hikes from April to November

Spring Newsletter | New Guidebook | The Avon Trail: A Short History

 


40th Anniversary Special 40th Anniverary Events Hike Schedule


RBC supports Avon Trail

About The Avon Trail

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. Red Arrow OVERVIEW of the MAIN TRAIL.

... continued here, including Strategic Plan

Join Us / Hike With Us

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.

Become a Friend of the Avon Trail

If you cannot join The Avon Trail, please consider becoming a Friend of the Avon Trail. >>> Here's how

 

Join Us on Facebook

History booklet celebrates 40th anniversary of Avon TrailHistory booklet celebrates 40th anniversary of Avon Trail, which stretches 111 km from St. Marys to Conestogo - By Scott Wishart, Stratford Beacon Herald

40th ANNIVERSARY
NEWSLETTER

DOWNLOAD HERE
includes special 40th celebration events & hiking schedule 2015
.

Next Members' Meeting

September 15, 2015
7:00 p.m.
Kiwanis Community Centre Complex, 111 Lakeside Drive, Stratford

Maps

The 7th edition of the Avon Trail Guide is now available. Read more.

The Avon Trail Guide

 

Coordinates

Globe Showing Latitude and Longitude Lines
What are those numbers in the Avon Trail Guide, like 43.296425,-80.973462?
Find out here

Plants Along the
Avon Trail 

Trilliums, Poison Ivy, Giant Hogweed and Others.
Details here

Trail Users' Code

Trail User's Code
Read Code Here

Group Hikes

Volunteers prepare and lead group hikes. These hikes are submitted to the Hike Coordinator who compiles a hike schedule.

Trail Reroutes

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.

Badges

End to End Badge Details Here