Crane Park Community Bridge - Installed January 16!

The Club's 50th Anniversary Legacy Project, the Crane park Community bridge is almost complete. We have closed the funding campaign as we now have sufficient funds to complete the project. Thanks to everyone who donated so generously in support of the project.

We received a grant of $2,000 from the Rotary Trillium Club in Guelph. We are so glad to be working with them on these kinds of Community initiatives.

The 25-foot bridge is i nstalled and will provide safe year-round access to the already well used lands on both sides of the storm water channel. This will extend recreational trails to the south of Crane Park.

The approaches (to get on and off the bridge) still need to be built, hopefully during February.

Abutment Work in Progress; now complete.

Bridge Installation January 2023

GHTC Celebrated 50th Anniversary in 2022

50 years is a long time for a community organization to be around. There has been no better time in the club's history to be thankful for the services provided by the club. People have flocked to the trails and it has brought much recognition to the hard work the club does to keep up these trails for everyone to use, not just members. 

GHTC Walk of Fame - Draw Winner:  Lilla Fodor

Online GHTC Trail Map and printable PDFs

Online GHTC Trail map and Printable Trail Section PDFs are available FREE to members and cost $5 for non-members.

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Who We Are

GHTC is a volunteer organization that offers guided hikes of various lengths, throughout the year in Guelph and the surrounding area. We maintain over 80km of trails, thanks to private landowner permission, from Cambridge to Limehouse and from Guelph to West Montrose.

We offer general hikes, kids' hikes, photo hikes, trail end-to-end hikes and ski/snowshoe hikes. Members get together for fall/winter slide show presentations and various social activities.

While most of our hikes and events are free and open to the public, consider supporting the Guelph Hiking Trail Club by becoming a member! Membership fees are $25 annually and tax-deductible. Membership fees and donations are used to pay for trail maintenance, newsletter production, and liability insurance. 

Support GHTC activities and Trail improvements           

  Nicola Ross, the author of the Loops & Lattes series of hiking  guides, will donate $5 to the Guelph Hiking     Trail Club for every 'Loops & Latte'  book purchased on her website.  See more of her books


Guelph Hiking Trail Club is a charitable organization 

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