Culham Trail

Culham Trail, Mississauga: Tickets, Tours, Address, Culham Trail Reviews: 4.5/5

Culham Trail
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baroom
Mississauga, Canada1,710 contributions
Washed out areas, mostly gravel, not always shady
Aug 2020
We were in Riverwood so only got to walk the portion of Culham Trail that runs between Hwy 403 and Burnhamthorpe Rd W. From the Red Trail, we continued on to Culham Trail heading south. Even without a map, we could tell the river was to our right -- we could hear it quite well though we could not see it. From what we saw of the trail, which was mostly gravel and not always shady, it seemed better suited for biking than walking. During our visit, we encountered several flooded areas and at one time had to balance over stepping stones to continue on our way. Warning signs did mention the trail being prone to washout as well as presence of poisonous plants (wild parsnip and giant hogweed). We passed by some strategically placed boulders on the side of the trail, could be rest stops but not really sure. We even followed the trail south of Burnhamthorpe Road bridge before turning back so we could climb the stairs to street level.
Written August 18, 2020
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Dilip P
Vadodara, India686 contributions
Nice trail along creditriver
Mar 2020
It is excellent trail for walking, running, bicycling etc. It is centrally located in Mississuaga and not very busy.
Written April 5, 2020
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Carrie D
Mississauga, Canada5 contributions
Great walking trails along the credit river
Sep 2019
we love to go for walks here! So close to home and yet feels like a mini getaway. great for walking,biking, skipping rocks and enjoying the outdoors!
Written September 20, 2019
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Nolinice
Oakville, Canada2,706 contributions
Decaying
Jul 2019
One of the most amazing trails in an urban environment is unfortunately attacked by the always more frequent floods and getting in a state of disrepair. Currently blocked at streetville for bridge repairs, fixing flood damage with non compacted gravel has made the trial more dangerous or cyclists. At least one section present large rocks needing a cross or mountain bike. Vegetation also seems to take over in places
Written July 14, 2019
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cober
Toronto, Canada51 contributions
Oasis in the bustling city
May 2019 • Couples
My husband went there today and entered through Erindale Park. It was somewhat busy for a Sunday. The trails were a bit muddy but lots of fine gravel to walk on. We did some side trails along the water which was high and fast moving. I will do this often now that I know about it. The smell of the trees was wonderful.
Written May 26, 2019
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MJMay0000
Mississauga, Canada15 contributions
Great trail along the credit river
Jul 2018 • Friends
In the fall you can see salmon spawning. Really a beautiful path that captures the best natural beauty of Mississauga.
Written August 27, 2018
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Nolinice
Oakville, Canada2,706 contributions
the most amazing trail...devastated
Jun 2018 • Business
heavy rains and flooding have removed big sections of this very long trail, ideal for walking, jogging or cycling thanks to what used to be a compacted gravel surface. the proximity to the beautiful river and its bends make it prone to flooding, unfortunately all too frequent nowadays, but it is still exceptional, as only the overpasses will remind you that millions of cars are buzzing nearby
Written July 30, 2018
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Lee D
Montreal, Canada1,908 contributions
Nice hike
May 2018 • Solo
Was just seeing what’s available in the area and came across the hiking path on a maps could see that there was a lot of woodland and a path.

It’s great to be able to enjoy nature but you don’t have the long drive to leave GTA area.

There is a bit of a slope when you go up and down the hill but otherwise easy going hike.

It’s a shame about people and graffiti.
Written May 30, 2018
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Torontoterry27
Toronto, Canada13 contributions
culham trail needs serious rebuilding
May 2018 • Friends
the trail is washed and looks like dry stream bed, at the most its a hiking trail with rugged spots.
Written May 14, 2018
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Allan L
86 contributions
Beautiful hiking trail
Sep 2017 • Solo
I'm lucky to live just a few minutes walk from the northern end of this trail. It is quite long, running for many kilometres through Mississauga, roughly following the Credit River from north of Britannia to Dundas St, but goes through a few residential areas as well. It is mostly flat, with a few incline/declines in a few areas. The parts that hug the river are especially nice, as you can hear the water flowing and take in the flora and fauna. If you're lucky, you can see deer on the trail.
Written November 10, 2017
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