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Make Caledon your next cycling destination.

Experience Caledon's new Virtual Reality Cycling Tourism Video.


You will want to ensure YouTube's resolution is set at the highest setting and in full screen mode to enjoy the full 360 degree views. You can also pause and look around any time during the video. When viewing on your phone please ensure you have Portrait Orientation Lock in the unlock position.  ENJOY!

Caledon offers a wide range of possibilities for the cycling enthusiast. We highly recommend coming for the weekend and exploring our many villages, farms and rural landscape.

Take a look at our Cycle Routes and Trails Map to plan your route.

Check out the bicycle friendly businesses, registered with Ontario by Bike, and plan your vacation before you come.

Bring your bike to enjoy one of our many trails or rent a bike at Caledon Hills Cycling (Inglewood).

Need some bike repairs or accessories while you are in town? Contact one of our cycle shops to help you with what you need.

Caledon Hills Cycling  15640 McLaughlin Rd., Inglewood

Lynx and Hare Cycles 19785 Main St., Alton

Bike Repair Stations

Need any repairs? Bike Repair Stations have been installed along the Caledon Trailway and at Southfields Community Centre  to help you out.

You will find them along the Trailway in:Photo of Bike Repair Station

  • Cheltenham Village, at Creditview Rd.
  • Caledon East, east of Airport Rd.
  • Palgrave, just west of Hwy. 50
  • Southfields Community Centre, located at Dougall Ave and Kennedy Rd.


Caledon TrailwayTrailway Etiquette

Distance - 36 km linear
Surface - 2 m wide gravel
Terrain - mostly flat trail
Fees - No Charge

Access points:

  • Caledon East (parking and washrooms at Caledon Community Complex)
  • Cheltenham
  • Inglewood (parking and washrooms at Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena)
  • Ken Whillans Resource Management Area, Caledon*
  • Horseshoe Hill Road north of Olde Base Line, Caledon
  • Mount Hope Road south of Hwy 9, Caledon

Enjoy the Caledon Trailway as part of a larger ride. The trail is part of the new provincial cycling route from Northumberland to Niagara, the Greenbelt Route.

*Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and the Town of Caledon permit those using the Caledon Trailway to access the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area parking lot during daylight hours at no charge.

Mountain Bike Trails

If mountain bike trails are your thing, you can't go wrong with Albion Hills Conservation Area. Situated on 486 hectares (1,200 acres) of beautiful forest in the hills of Caledon, and open year round, Albion Hills offers some of the most spectacular mountain bike trails in southern Ontario.

Explore the beauty of the trails designed for riders of all ages and skill level.  They've got it all:

  • Over 40 kilometres of double-track and technical single-track trail
  • Fast, rolling terrain and long down-hills
  • Bike wash station
  • Washroom facilities
  • Full-service campground and parking
  • Enjoy the winter months exploring the trails with fat bikes, available to rent onsite