Humber Trail extended in 2013.

As part of Phase 1 of the Mid Humber Trail Project, a 600 metre extension will link the northern end of the Humber Trail – currently at Cruickshank Park to the Mallaby Park steps. This 3.5 metre wide pavement (matching the rest of the trail) will be placed over the current dirt path.

End of the trail, Cruickshank Park looking north.
End of the trail, Cruickshank Park looking north.
Location of the latest paved portion of the Humber Trail.
Location of the next paved portion of the Humber Trail.

The construction is expected to last 4-6 weeks beginning in ‘early summer’ and contractors will operate from the parking lot at Lawrence and Little. More information on the construction can be found here as well as during a drop-in session at the Weston Library March 6, between 7 pm and 9 pm.

For Phase 2, the city is currently looking at options to extend the trail from Mallaby Park to Fairglen Crescent where the trail continues.

2 thoughts on “Humber Trail extended in 2013.”

  1. This will be excellent for Weston, but boy, it’ll be REALLY excellent when it’s a seamless trail. The Humber River Trail is one of the gems of our little town.

  2. Yes, it’ll be tough humping a bike up those stairs! There was some discussion of purchasing property in order to extend the trail further up the Humber. I wonder if any progress has been made on that front.

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