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Cambridge Trail Advisory Committee       

As always, call (519)-740-4681 [ext. 4229] for event information.

Fall Colour Hike - October 3/10

Join us for a free hike along the Grand Trunk Trail.
Meet at Mill Race parking lot at the corner of Parkhill Road & Water Street

From 12:30 until 2 pm, a free shuttle bus will be provided.
The bus will transport hikers to the start point and you will then walk back to Mill Race park.
One bus will be wheelchair accessible
Dogs permitted, if on leash.

Learn about the local heart fossil in the limestone bluffs, walk over the 15 m Devil's
Creek waterfall and enjoy the numerous views of the Grand River Valley.
Remember to dress for the weather, rain or shine.

With any luck this google map link will give you information. You will have to copy and paste it.

for further information, contact me at


Thirteenth annual- Cambridge Tour de Grand

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Come out and join hundreds of others in a wonderful community cycle event. We have routes for every level of rider!

                                              10km    15 km    25km     50km    60km    72km      100km       160km
See you on June 14!. Remember, IT IS NOT A RACE! Our purpose is to raise support for and awareness of on-road bike routes!

follow the link for information and registration  
This year you can use the on-line registration feature on the website!



2 Km Icicle Hike

January 17, 2010 along the Living Levee Trail          1:30 – 2:30 pm

Start in Mill Race Park on Water Street @ Trail map marker

  • Celebrate the upcoming Olympics and burn off some of holiday calories!

  • Put on your winter gear and come celebrate the Olympic Flame’s visit to Cambridge. Your hike will follow parts of the Flame’s actual route!

  • The Olympic MITT MASCOTT will be at the hike, so bring a camera to create your own photo memory of the event!

  • Dress warmly and celebrate by wearing any Olympic apparel that you have!

  • contact Bob McMullen for information:


Linear Trail - public hike
Saturday, Aug. 14/10  @ 9 am

Take a hike, again, but this time through the founding history of Cambridge and Waterloo County.
Linear Trail provides a background for the earliest arrival of Mennonite settlers in this area.
In 1 hour, you can visit the site of the Preston-Berlin railway line, the longest operating industrial site in Waterloo County, Conestoga wagon river ford, 450 million year old limestone cliffs and Settlers Fork Park. etc.
Meet at trailhead parking lot at Hamilton and Chopin Streets. - 9 am start

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