GHTC MAINTAINED TRAILS
GHTC does not own any land. The trails belong to both private and public landowners. They have granted a privilege to the Guelph Hiking Trail Club. In consideration of the landowners’ rights, and as responsible members of the Club, please adhere to the following Trail Users’ Code.
The Guelph Hiking Trail Club has established and maintains three main trails and their related side trails. The total length of these trails is, at present, approximately 80km.
The Radial Line Trail and the Speed River Trail are marked by single orange paint blazes, approximately 15cm high by 5 cm wide, on trees, fence posts, stiles or rocks. Double blazes, one staggered above the other, indicate a change of direction. Side trails are blazed in blue.
The Kissing Bridge Trailway is not blazed, as it follows and abandoned railway line on an obvious course. It is however, very well signed.
The Guelph Hiking Trail Club is wishes to express gratitude and acknowledge:
TRAIL MAPS Coloured trail maps are published in our Guelph Hiking Trail Club Handbook.
It is not necessary to be a member to buy a Handbook, but membership fees help us keep these trails open. The cost for handbook is $15 for members and $20 for non-members.