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Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails

Echo Valley Nature & Bike Trails

GPS Coordinates:

   45.34587, -79.03316

Closest Community:


Road Access:

Highway #60 to Echo Hills Road


Varied terrain including natural, rock, and soil.  Wetland area.

Boat Launch:




Docking/Loading Facilities:







Scenic observation deck. Onsite kiosks. Pump track near trail entrance.

Points of Interest:

3.5 km of trails for hiking, biking and snowshoeing. 24 hectares (60 acres) of park area.


Trail ratings range from easy to challenging

Top: (L) Directional signage on Hwy 60 towards the trails off of Echo Hills Rd, (R) Fall colour trail ride - photo by Dawn Huddlestone
Middle: (L) Map at trail entrance, (R) Pump track at trail entrance
Bottom: (L) Fresh powder on the trails for some winter snowshoeing, (R) Riding the pump track - photo by Dawn Huddlestone

Click here to view a trail map.

Whether you are looking for wildlife, planning a short hike, a fast paced mountain bike trail ride, or a scenic snowshoe excursion, it is our hope you will find everything you are looking for in the Echo Valley Nature & Bike trails. There are a total of over 3.5 km of trails consisting of the main trunk line and 14 smaller trails with varying degrees of difficulty. Hiking the main trunk line should take approximately 30-45 minutes. The park is approximately 24 hectares (60 acres) in size and there is a viewing platform overlooking the protected land. A viewing guide and three different on-site kiosks are available to enhance the learning experience. Please make a donation of $2 to support the trails and help cover the costs of trail development. There is an honour box on site.

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