Avon Trail

Saint Mary's, Ontario

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Named after one of the rivers it follows, the Avon Trail passes over and by the glacier-created Waterloo moraine, along farmer’s fields and through apple orchards, forests and very small towns. Expect to have to climb up several stiles to get over farm fences and take several short and long footbridges over many creeks and rivers. Besides the Avon River, which flows through Stratford, you’ll pass the Thames River in St. Marys, Trout Creek, Wildwood Lake, McCarthy Lake, Silver Creek, Bamburg Creek, Martin Creek, and the Conestogo River.

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"Named after one of the rivers it follows, the Avon Trail passes over and by the glacier-created Waterloo moraine, along farmer’s fields and through apple orchards, forests and very small towns.

Expect to have to climb up several stiles to get over farm fences and take several short and long footbridges over many creeks and rivers. Besides the Avon River, which flows through Stratford, you’ll pass the Thames River in St. Marys, Trout Creek, Wildwood Lake, McCarthy Lake, Silver Creek, Bamburg Creek, Martin Creek, and the Conestogo River."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Saint Mary's
Distance: 64.5
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 5 sections totaling 46 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Avon Trail

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May 2018