This trail follows the Credit River Valley from access point at Burnamthorpe Road at Walnut Grvoe Rd. and traverses through to the Junction of MIssissauga and the South Millway.
The beautiful trees, quiet river and the sounds of birds can be heard throughout this pleasant valley trip. This is one of many trails in and around Mississauga that allow for the use of bicylces on and off roads, through natural and urban settings. This great network of trails was developed through the City Master Plan as well as through the support of the Mississauga cycling committee.
Mississauga , with a population of 704,000, is Canada’s sixth largest and safest city. Conveniently located at Toronto ‘s western border, Mississauga is a modern, well-planned, growing urban city with vibrant business, sports and arts communities and only minutes away from Lester B. Pearson International Airport
Home to Square One, Ontario’s largest shopping mall. Guests can also shop at three other major malls: Erin Mills Town Centre, Heartland Town Centre and Dixie Outlet Mall; boutiques in Port Credit Village and Clarkson Village; the Farmer’s Market; and at the Mississauga Chinese Centre.
There are a number of visual and performing arts venues: The Living Arts Centre, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Hershey Centre and Stage West Theatre.
Dozens of entertainment hubs around the city with restaurants, movie theatres and gaming facilities (bowling, indoor golf, video games, etc.).
Numerous sports clubs and organizations are available around the city, like badminton, soccer, hockey, skating, basketball, volleyball and tennis.
There are dozens of nightclubs, bars, restaurants and bistros across the city, especially in the City Centre area – about a 10-minute drive from the Glenerin Inn.
Cityscape Has the third largest municipal transit system in Ontario. Residents can take advantage 81 routes throughout the city that connect with the Toronto Transit Commission, Brampton Transit, Oakville Transit and all GO Transit stations.
Mississauga’s library system is one of the largest in Canada
270 designated heritage sites to explore
481 parks and woodlands open to the public
Corporate Hub Major employment centre – 440,000 people employed at more than 53,000 businesses
Major sectors: biotechnology; biomedical; information and communication technology; pharmaceuticals; automotive and aerospace; and financial services.
Base for over 50 of Canada’s Fortune 500 companies; and 50 Fortune’s Global 500 companies.
Top employers include: University of Toronto (UTM), Atomic Energy of Canada Limited/AECL, Air Canada, AstraZeneca Canada Inc., Bell Canada, Bell Mobility Inc., C F M Vermont Castings Majestics Products, Cara Operations, Federal Express, G 4 S Security Services (Canada) Ltd. GlaxoSmithKline, Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Honeywell, Loblaw Companies East, RBC Financial Group, RBC Insurance Services, Servisair/Globe Ground North America, Symcor, TD Bank Financial Group, Wal-Mart Canada and Winners Merchants Inc.