The Credit Valley Trail (CVT) is a legacy project that has been explored by Credit Valley Conservation for over 60 years.
The Credit Valley Trail will be a continuous 100 kilometre pathway through the Credit River Valley – from the Hills of the Headwaters in Orangeville to Lake Ontario in Port Credit – connecting people to the beauty of nature, rich cultural experiences, Indigenous heritage and values, and to the sacred, sustaining waters of the Credit River.
VISION: A journey along the banks of the Credit River that inspires, connects and empowers infinite generations of river guardians who will value and protect the watershed.
MISSION: For the benefit of present and future generations, Credit Valley Conservation, working with our municipal, Indigenous and community partners, will create a 100 kilometre continuous, connected river valley trail from the headwaters in Orangeville through Caledon, Halton Hills, Brampton to the shore of Lake Ontario in Mississauga.
A Strategy for the Credit Valley Trail
The Credit Valley Trail Strategy will be publically launched and available in 2018. Developed over the course of two years (2015-2017) and approved by the Credit Valley Conservation Board in December 2017, it establishes the collaborative vision, mission and values of the Credit Valley Trail. It defines our shared goals and priorities for the next 25 years and provides a framework for measuring our progress and shared success.
CVT Strategy Development Partners