The Cataraqui Trail

The Cataraqui Trail is a year-round, shared-use recreation trail. In spring, summer and fall it welcomes everyone from hikers to cyclists. In winter it is open to snowmobilers bearing a current Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs trail permit. Cross-country skiers are welcome to share the trail. We encourage all users to purchase an annual (Jan to Dec) $25 membership.

Special Events

Friends of the Cataraqui Trail

The inaugural meeting for the Friends of the Cataraqui Trail will take place on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the Sydenham Branch of the Kingston-Frontenac Public Library, 4412 Wheatley St. in Sydenham.

Friends of the Cataraqui Trail (FCT is being created to allow members and users of the trail to become more involved in activities and enjoyment of this beautiful section of Eastern Ontario.  Friends of the Cataraqui Trail advocates for the sustainability, enjoyment, stewardship, public use and promotion of the Cataraqui Trail and also assists the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority as a volunteer workforce for light maintenance and to monitor and report trail hazards and maintenance issues.  The FCT is replacing the current Cataraqui Trail Management Board.

FCT members are anyone who holds a paid-up annual membership.  Those with current memberships for the Cataraqui Trail are automatically members.  Memberships will be available at the founding meeting on June 15.

Members are eligible to be elected to the FCT Board in one of 8 elected positions.  There are also 8 Board positions to be appointed by municipalities and related organizations.  Nominations will be accepted and voted upon by all members in good standing at the inaugural meeting.

Related Events

Please join the Algonquin to Adirondacks Collaborative on June 8th for our Inaugural Kingston Link Trek! 
Choose to join a group biking or hiking various sections of the Kingston Link: a 20km hike, a 40 km cycle, or, for the fit and adventurous, a full length 78 km cycle.  Our trek ends at 3 p.m. with a celebration at Lake Ontario Park in Kingston.  Drinks and snacks provided.  Transportation can be organized with A2A.
Contact david@a2acollaborative.org for information and to sign up.
See invite and info here