Humber Valley Heritage Trail

The Humber Valley Heritage Trail begins at the headwaters of the Humber River near the town of Palgrave and follows the Humber River Valley south through all its wonderful vistas, twists, and turns.

Name The Humber Valley Heritage Trail
Description The Humber Valley Heritage hiking trail runs 15 km north from Bolton to connect with the Bruce Trail in Albion. The Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association (HVHTA) has built and is maintaining this hiking trail along the beautiful Humber valley.
Activities Hiking, walking, dog walking, and snowshoeing.
Location The Albion Hills Conservation Area is located 2 km south of Palgrave.  In Bolton head to Dicks Dams Park on Glasgow Road.
Maps The Humber Valley Heritage Trail
Parking Parking lot (accessible)
Trail Head The northwest end of the Humber Valley trail is in Albion Hills Conservation Area, about 30 km northwest of Toronto.  The eastern end of the trail is currently a couple km east of Bolton at Dick’s Dam Park on Glasgow Road.
Trail End Palgrave (northwest end) or Bolton (eastern end)
Distance 15 km
Difficulty Easy to moderate
Surfaces Natural compacted soil and boardwalk
Amenities Washrooms, picnic tables, and benches
Landmarks Humber River, and the Oak Ridges Moraine
Cost Membership in the HVHT is optional but helps support the trail
Trail Web Site The Humber Valley Heritage Trail
Closest Town Bolton and/or Palgrave