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Grand Valley Trail

The Grand Valley Trail is a 250-kilometre footpath that stretches between the town of Alton, near Orangeville to Port Maitland, near Rock Point Provincial Park, on Lake Erie, south of Dunnville. The trail is marked with white blazes approximately 5 cm wide by 15 cm high. The trail is divided into four sections. 

 

Pninnacle Trail section

- 65.5 km. Runs between the village of Alton to Middlebrook Road, near the steel bridge. 

 

Black Walnut section

- 75.6 km. Runs between Middlebrook Road, near the steel bridge to Brant-Waterloo Road.

 

Carolinian Crest section

- 68.9 km. Runs between Brant-Waterloo Road to Haldimand-Onondaga Towline Road at LaFortune Conservation area.  

 

Towpath section 

- 65.3 km. Runs from Haldimand-Onondaga Townline Road at LaFortune Conservation area to Port Maitland near Rockpoint Provincial Park.