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Do you know what town is the home of the first Trans Canada Trail pavilion?

The Caledon Trailway part of the Trans Canada Trail spans over 35 km from the Inglewood to Tottenham. Purchasing a part of an abandoned railway in 1989, in 1994 the Town of Caledon began work in creating this beautiful multi-use trail for everyone to enjoy.

Today Halo and I went for a 7km walk on the trail, a third of the way to Inglewood and coming back to the pavilion in Caledon East. TCT pavilions can be found in a number of towns and villages on the TCT, but Caledon East will always have the first one ever built 🙂
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