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Blyth Greenway Trail

A Stone Arch and a Fisherman’s Trail

The development of this trail has been a community project including awalking trail, a fitness trail, fish habitat improvement area and a butterflygarden. The trail is situated on the former CPR rail lines and runs adjacentto the Blyth Brook. Along the trail, hikers will see wood duck nestingboxes as you enjoy the spectacular vista view of the countryside. Thetrail ends at a unique stone arch bridge built by the Grand Trunk Railway.Parking is available just east of the bridge near the butterfly gardens.The trail runs east and west of the bridge located on County Rd. #4 inBlyth. North Huron Recreation Department is trail contact.

Distance

1.37 km with 0.46 km loop

Difficulty Level

Level 1 – easy, for family with young children

Level 2 – moderate, wear comfortable, sturdy shoes

Trail Use

Walking, Cycling, Skiing, Wheelchair Accessible, Pets on leash

Trail Hazards

None evident

Trail Surface

Natural surface, wood chips

Cost for Using Trail

None

Driving Directions

Blyth is located on County Road #4 half way between Clinton andWingham.


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