Lanark County Nature Trails


Welcome to Lanark County!

The County of Lanark offers a full range of services for its citizens so that they can enjoy a high quality of life. The Public Works Department maintains the infrastructure of roads, bridges and property. Social Services oversee a variety of social programs. With the operation of Lanark Lodge, the County is actively in the business of Long-Term Care. The County level of government is also responsible for Planning Approvals for various land development activities. Ambulance Services and Emergency Services fall within the County’s jurisdiction as well, ensuring public safety needs are met. The Corporation is also developing a plan for County Trails, maintains a network of County Forests and sees Agricultural interests as a vital component of County life. An Accessibility Advisory Committee is working to eliminate barriers within the County.

You will find some of the best hiking and nature trails in Ontario right here in Lanark County.


For more information please visit: https://www.brant.ca/en/index.aspx

Tay River Pathway

Tay River Pathway Located on the western outskirts of Perth behind the Lanark County Administration Building and adjacent to the Trans Canada Trail, this 1.5-km loop trail provides a lovely accessible outdoor experience. It passes the Round Garden, which is a unique...

Tay River Towpath Trail

Tay River Towpath Trail Immerse yourself in Perth’s 200-year history along this 10-km stretch of the Rideau Trail on natural and paved surfaces. Travel either upstream or downstream from the hub at the Tay Basin, using the “navigational trail markers” to guide you,...

The Cataraqui Trail – Lanark County Section

The Cataraqui Trail – Lanark County Section The Cataraqui Trail is a year-round, shared-use recreation trail running approximately 103 km from Smith Falls in the east to Strathcona in the west. About 45 km is in Frontenac County In spring, summer and fall it...

Webber Woods of Wolf Grove Trails

Webber Woods of Wolf Grove Trails There are two main trails (2.3 km) on this Nature Conservancy of Canada property west of Almonte at the end of Ramsay Concession Road 4B. Offshoots lead to private land. Part of the ecologically significant Wolf Grove Wetland Complex,...