A Hike, a Bike, and Golf in Caledon

The beautiful hills of Caledon can be traversed in a variety of invigorating ways. Even for those who don’t typically consider themselves outdoors inclined, Caledon is best experienced in a direct, hands-on way – outside the car. Spend a day golfing, hiking, and cycling and you’re sure to understand.

If you want to ditch your car for the day, you can make your way from the Forks of the Credit Park to Belfountain via a short detour off the Elora-Cataract Trailway. Then head back up to the trailway and continue to Erin.

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Morning

Enjoy a medium-difficulty 6-km trail in this small, but picturesque provincial park. From the parking lot take the park trail past Kettle Lake, headin...

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Lunch

This laid-back café has couches and board games instead of generic de...

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Afternoon

Caledon has several well-known golf clubs, but one of the best public options is the Caledon Gol...

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Perhaps Caledon's most popular outdoor endeavour is cycling. There is an active cycling club that meets several times a week during warm months to bik...

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Dinner

Found along Erin's charming main street, Bistro Riviere is unexpected fine dining experie...

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