Group of Seven Trails

Duration: 1 day

This 72km route includes a mix of paved trails and roads and is suitable for recreational cyclists.

The Group of Seven has a strong connection to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, and it is only fitting that this trail should begin in Kleinburg (Vaughan), which the McMichael calls home. While the trail can be accessed at any point along the route, we suggest starting at Bindertwine Park (299 Stegman’s Mill Rd.), which leads you right onto the Humber River Trail, and where free all-day parking is available.

Access the route digitally via RidewithGPS, Strava and MapmyRide to help navigate you while you ride.

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Other Info

Ride Rating
Recreational cyclists: mix of trails, quiet streets, and a few busier streets.
Family/leisure option: ride along Bartley Smith Greenway and Finch Hydro Corridor trails from Rutherford GO Station to Black Creek Pioneer Village.

Unpaved trail (limestone screenings) and road

Starting Point
Bindertwine Park (Kleinburg)

Alternate Starting Points
Rutherford GO Station
Maple Community Centre: Access to public washrooms available.
York University: Easily accessible by transit from Toronto and across York Region.

Please note: the Group of Seven Trails Highlights Along the Route itinerary has been adapted, with permission, from the original Group of Seven Trails itinerary created by York Region. 

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