The Elora Gorge, operated by the Grand River Conservation Authority, is one of the most beautiful and spectacular natural areas in the Grand River valley. Riverside trails look down 22 metres (72 feet) over scenic views of the water below where kayakers and canoeists make their way through the rapids. While the area has gradually reopened amidst COVID-19, visitors are encouraged to check their website to see what’s open and what’s not (camping, hiking, cycling, fishing and canoeing are allowed, for instance, but not tubing, picnic pavilions or the splashpad). For a digital experience, download their brochure and map, explore their Flickr photo album, or enjoy the aerial tour of the region below.
- Digital Doors Open
- Collections and resources
Contact info7400 Wellington County Road (Elora Gorge Park)
ArchitectureLandscape: Conservation area, Landscape, Natural heritage, Park, Trail
Dates/hours openFriday May 1 – Saturday October 31, 2020
Part of Digital Doors Open Elora and Fergus