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Holland River Valley Trail (part of the Nokiidaa Trail System)

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Municipally maintained hiking and biking trail through the Alliance Woodlot north of Vandorf Rd. changing to open field south of Wellington St., maintained parkland north of Wellington St., and again open field south of St. John's Sideroad. Relatively wide and suitable for family use. Much of it is limestone screenings.
Tom Taylor Trail in Newmarket on MTBR
Holland Landing Trail on York Region Web site
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Review Date
December 8, 2007

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Once a year

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Reviewed by: Greying_Geezer ,  Cross Country Rider

The Holland River Trail is Aurora's portion of the Nokiidaa Trail System, which is hoped to extend along the Holland River through the Towns of Aurora, Newmarket, and East Gwillimbury. Aurora's portion currently extends from just south of Vandorf Road, west of Bayview Avenue, (specifically Crossing Bridge Place) northerly to Wellington St. At Wellington, off-roaders can cross and find a dirt track that angles NW'ly, whereas families can follow a paved bicycle path on the south boulevard of Wellington west to Mary Street/John West Way. Cross at the lights and rejoin the developed trail at the senior's centre. You can also park and access the trail at the Municipal Offices, adjacent to the north.
Further to the north, the trail passes through the Town's recreation lands (baseball diamonds) and hence to St. John's Sideroad at Industrial Parkway.

Currently (2007) there is a discontinuity in the Nokiidaa Trail because a golf club the necessary land, but negotiations continue to divert the trail westerly along St. John's and northerly across Hadley Grange senior's residence to join existing trails along Tannery Creek in the Town of Newmarket. The intention is to extend these trails to connect with the Tom Taylor Trail at Mulock Drive.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Case Woodlot Trail on MTBR
Tom Taylor Trail on MTBR

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