Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association

Bolton Chapter

Record #: CAL0271
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2019
Last Full Update: 15 Aug 2019

Record Details

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Description & Services

Description The HVHTA-Bolton Chapter maintains a hiking trail along the Humber River, extending from the Caledon Trailway (Trans-Canada Trail) within the Albion Hills Conservation Area, south through Bolton to the Albion-Vaughan Town Line. The HVHTA promotes appreciation of the natural environment by providing a pedestrian-only hiking experience in Caledon's beautiful surroundings. We value our role as custodians of the Humber, a designated Canadian Heritage River. Our web site provides heritage maps, photographs and Information, as well as an interactive trail map. We offer a guided hike at least once a month throughout the year. The hike schedule is on our website and members receive monthly email notifications and updates.
Areas Served Caledon ; Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Membership is open to everyone.
Application Please e-mail us at for membership information and application forms.
Fees Membership ; Family membership $20 per year
Languages English
Meetings 2nd Wed of the month, 7:30pm,the Humberview School Library in Bolton.

Contact Information

Accessibility Not Accessible
Mailing Address c/o Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association 
PO Box 273 
Station Main 
Bolton, ON 
Canada L7E 5T2
Primary Contact President, HVHTA, Bolton Chapter

Other Details

Print Material The annual newsletter is mailed out to members before each AGM. Trail maps and text information can be printed from the association web site anytime.
Established 1995
Elections Held during the Annual General Meeting on the 2nd Wed of April,
Funding Donations ; Membership fees
Service Level (50) Non Profit


Subjects Hiking

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