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Description of the Area

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Download Cobourg to Quinte West trail PDF


colborne city limits signIn Cramahe Township, the Trail follows the route used by settlers almost two hundred years ago. You'll find a strong sense of history including vintage architecture, historic murals and Victoria Square, an oval shaped park next to the amenities of Colborne's downtown and a wonderful place to stop on the Trail to relax, pick up visitor information or grab a bite to eat. King Street has some excellent places to stop - browse the downtown, visit the Colborne Art Gallery or shop for the essentials. Need a snack along the way? This is apple country. In the mosaic of farms that stitch it together, McIntosh (Ontario's favourite), Granny, Cortland, Northern spy, Empire, Gala and Delicious apples are grown and many orchards and farms welcome the public.

  • Asphalt, on-road. Portions along HWY 2 require caution since speed limit is 80 kph.
  • 1.5 metre cycling lane on HWY 2 begins at Coulton St. and continues until the Trail turns south at Union Rd.

Local Map

Main Access Points (with parking) 

  • Colborne village centre - King St. East and Division St.
  • The Big Apple - near intersection of Big Apple Drive and Highway 401

Resources, Local Maps and Connecting Trails

Northumberland Tourism produces a series of brochures for visitors. Their new Outdoor Adventure Map covers geocaching, birding, fishing, hiking and water trails, looped cycling routes (see Trail Connections below), and boating.

Trail Connections

Tourism Information

How to Get there and Public Transit Information

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Greyhound Station - at GO Station
Greyhound busses are not equipped with bicycle racks. www.greyhound.ca

Contact Information

(416) 943-8080
4195 Dundas St. West - Suite 227,
Toronto, Ontario M8X 1Y4

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