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Bruce County Rail Trail - # 17

Length: 80 kilometres
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Uses: Hiking, Biking, Equestrian, ATV, Snowmobiling, Skiing, Snowshoeing, Dog Sledding

The Bruce County Rail Trail is approximately 80 kilometres in length. It runs from Port Elgin to the Bruce-Huron Line and from Port Elgin to Bruce Road 33 near Kincardine. The trail has been signed and gated and some upgrades to the trail surface have been completed. Most of the rail trail surface is made up of a mixture of soil and coarse aggregate. Over the next few years the County of Bruce hopes to have the majority of the trail surfaced with stonedust and gravel. The Teeswater and Willow Creek Trestle Bridges in the Paisley area were refurbished in the fall of 2009. These bridges give users an excellent viewing platform of the rivers and valleys surrounding Paisley. Bring your camera for some great photo opportunities.

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