Trails

Wellington County is home to a wide range of trails in rural, urban and natural areas. We are proud to showcase over 40 trails in our trail guide "Wellington Walks", available free of charge at the County Administration Centre, County Libraries and museum.

Click the link below to download a printable copy of the trail guide:

 

Parks and Trails

Click the portal above to access the

interactive Parks & Trails Map

  Person on bicycle riding trail



The County owns and operates three trails at Wellington Place between Fergus and Elora (Trestle Bridge, Aboyne and Museum trails) and also helps operate the Kissing Bridge Trailway sections in Guelph/Eramosa and Mapleton.

Trans Canada Trail Logo

The Kissing Bridge Trailway

The Kissing Bridge Trailway is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It is operated through a partnership between the County, the Region of Waterloo and groups who maintain sections of the trail. To raise funds for two major bridges needed to complete the trail, an annual "Spring on the Trail" event is held on the second Saturday of May. You can find out more about participating, volunteering or contributing to this event at http://www.springonthetrail.ca/. There is also a website for the trailway which can be found at http://www.kissingbridgetrailway.ca/.

Cottontail Road Trail

The Elora Cataract Trail currently connects Wellington County from Elora east towards Halton Region. A new Trans Canada Trail route in Centre Wellington will close the gap between Elora and the Kissing Bridge Trailway in Waterloo Region to the west.