Located 25 km outside of Guelph along the mighty Grand River is the Elora Gorge. This spectacular natural gorge is surrounded by 22 meter (72 ft) high limestone cliffs that were formed by an ice age glacier. With so much to do, no wonder it’s one of our most popular routes!
What to Do:
Hiking: There are 3 kilometers of trails that provide picturesque views of the gorge. For your safety, please stay on the marked trails!
Tubing: Take an exciting tube ride down the Grand River and experience the sheer size of the limestone cliffs. Tubes are available for rent on a first come first serve basis.
Camping: Consider bringing some camping gear and spend the night in one of the 400 campsites in the conservation area.
Visit the Town of Elora: After spending some time tubing and hiking, why not head into town to enjoy lunch? The Town of Elora is a short walk from the Gorge. The bus pick up location is at the LCBO parking lot. Please note that you are required to walk along the side of a busy road.
How to enjoy the day:
Bring a picnic
Bring lots of water
Bring your swimsuits
Wear comfortable hiking shoes
Bring your camera and enjoy the amazing views!
To book your seat on our Elora bus visit our website!