Experience the Headwaters on horseback!
The Headwaters Region has an abundance of beautiful and diverse trails for recreation and over 110km of those trails are open for horseback riding!
You can have an adventure through history on trails that follow the routes of abandoned rail lines and old logging roads. You can select a ride that matches the challenge level you are seeking or navigate varied terrain including soil, grass, gravel, hills and flat-lands.
Whether you select a trail near the wetlands or through the hills, there is no better way to experience nature then on horseback!
|Trail System||Kilometers of Horse-Friendly Trails|
|Dufferin County Forest|
|Melancthon Tract Trail||0.75|
|Main Tract Trail||1.5|
|Mono Tract Trail||2.5|
|Elora Cataract Trailway||47|
|Forks of the Credit Provincial Park||6.2|
|Mono Cliffs Provincial Park||9.75|
|Upper Grand Trailway||10.5|
Click here for more information regarding trails in the Headwaters Region.
Trail etiquette for horse riders – Safely enjoy the beautiful Headwaters trails