The Elora Cataract Trailway runs through rolling countryside just east of Elora, to the historic community of Fergus, and past Belwood Lake to reach the Forks of Credit Provincial Park at Cataract. In Fergus, signs direct trail users through town streets for approximately two kilometres (1.2 miles). The trail passes through the Belwood Lake Conservation Area and is surfaced with stone dust along the entire length.
Restaurants and provisions are available in Elora and Fergus. There is a family restaurant close to the trail at Belwood Lake Conservation and two restaurants in the Village of Belwood. A general store in Orton provides soft drinks and other small items.
A vault toilet is provided for trail users at Belwood Lake Conservation Area. Amenities along the developed sections of the trail include distance markers in kilometres and some benches.
|Name||The Elora Cataract Trailway|
|Description||A forty-seven kilometre trailway linking the Credit Valley Watershed to the Grand River Watershed and communities along the way.|
|Activities||Hiking, biking, dog walking (on leash), cross country skiing, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and wheel chair (partial access)|
|Location||Various Trail Section Locations|
|Maps||The Elora Cataract Trailway|
|Parking||Parking Lot Locations|
|Trail Head||Cataract Rd at Forks of the Credit or Gerrie Road Elora|
|Trail End||Cataract Rd at Forks of the Credit or Gerrie Road Elora|
|Surfaces||A former rail trail so mostly stone dust.|
|Amenities||Washrooms, various communities with restaurants and shops.|
|Landmarks||The trail passes through a glaciated landscape where forest and farm fields abound.|
|Cost||No cost. As an all volunteer organization membership dues help support all our projects. $25.00/yr|
|Trail Web Site||The Elora Cataract Trailway
Walk and Roll Peel
|Closest Town||Elora and Fergus|