Download the TAG Map – an overview of the Toronto to Algonquin Greenway (TAG). It’s formatted to print on legal paper, 8 1/2″ x 14″. There will undoubtedly be digital map options as the project unfolds. But paper maps remind us of treasure hunts. Cartography is not a lost art form and we hope you’ll enjoy this collection.
Some are sections of the Toronto to Algonquin Greenway route, some are connected. These could be village walking paths, regional cycling maps, hiking trails or canoe routes. Map links also turn up in the respective TAG Zone sections. If you know of a map that should be included here, please Contact us.
Stovel 1917 Railway Map – a vintage rendering of the spiderweb of central Ontario railway lines. Can you pick out the TAG rail trails? Thanks to Charles Cooper [Railway Pages] for sharing this.
Beaver River Wetland Trail – designed by Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority.
Dahl Forest Trail Map – a 500-acre Haliburton Highlands Land Trust preserve, just 2 km along Geeza Rd from its intersection with the HCRT.
Map of the HCRT – the 34 km Haliburton County Rail Trail – designed by FoRT, Friends of the Rail Trail.
Haliburton Village Pathways – designed by FoRT, Friends of the Rail Trail.
Haliburton Cycling Map – designed by Haliburton Highlands Cycling Coalition.
Lindsay Parks and Trails – shows how Kawartha Trans Canada Trail and the Victoria Rail Trail intersect with urban paths and greenspaces.
Kawartha TCT Map Series 5 pages – follows the route of the Trans Canada Trail from outside Uxbridge, through Lindsay, into Peterborough. Click through all five sections.
Humber River Discovery Walk – The Shared Path, part of a series of self-guided history/nature walks designed by the City of Toronto.
Lakefield Trail – walking paths through the Village of Lakefield.
Rouge Park Hiking Trails – designed by Michelle Holmes, a 2-page map/brochure.