Length – 47 km (one way)
95% rail trail path
5% roads crossings, detours
Elevation – As with most Rail Trails, there is a gradual slope.
Terrain – Consists of crushed stone, as well as some gravel and grass; detours to an asphalt road.
Skill – Easy
Traffic – Bicyclists, hikers, and horses, as well as cross-country skiers and snowmobiles (mostly mid-trail) in the winter.
Maps – There are signs at the gates, as well as milestone markers.
Facilities – Parking is on the street, with amenities and lodging in Elora, Fergus, Belwood, and Erin.
Highlights – There is a large dam at Belwood Lake, the historic towns of Elora and Fergus, the Elora Gorge, the Forks of the Credit River, and the Elora Quarry.
Trail Fee – Free
Phone – None
Access – Most side roads have ample parking space; try: Gerrie Rd. and Beatty Line in Fergus, Gartshore St. in Belwood, and towns of Orton and Erin.