Maps

Seaton Trail overlayed on Google Maps:

Seaton Trail Map Elevation Profile

Seaton Trail Map Elevation Profile

Seaton Trail - Existing And Proposed

Seaton Trail - Existing And Proposed



Printable Maps:

Reaching The Trail:

NORTH: The entrance is located on the south side of Highway 7 at Green River, approximately 8 km east of Markham. Watch for the Seaton Hiking Trail sign beside a long driveway, accessing the trail parking lot. Coordinates: N43.90110 W79.17664

SOUTH: Take Brock Road north from Highway 401 and turn west on the 3rd Concession. Parking is available on the roadside, at the deadend of the road but outside the gate to the Brock West Landfill site. A large sign shows access to the trail. Coordinates: N43.86403 W79.09846

HAMLET OF WHITEVALE: Park in the community park on the south side of Whitevale Road, on the west side of the river. The trail goes south out of the park, on the west side of the river. Going north, cross the bridge to the east side of the river and look for the sign. Coordinates: N43.88649 W79.16267

TAUNTON ROAD: From Taunton Road, south on Whites Road. Turn east onto Forestream Trail. Before the river turn south and continue a short distance to the parking lot. Coordinates: N43.86954 W79.13171

Trail Markings:

Originally red rings painted on trees were used for the main trail route and yellow for side trails. Double rings indicate a turn. The original trail markings can still be seen in many locations, but are becoming faded.

White metal blazes are now placed along the entire length of the main trail. These blazes are numbered to assist volunteers, contractors and emergency personal to locate work sites and problem areas.

Sections of Trail:
1 – Concession 3 to Forestream Trail
2 – Forestream Trail to Whitevale
3 – Whitevale to Green River

Direction of Trail:
S – Southbound
N – Northbound

Sequential number: ### – Sequential number, beginning with 001 at the start of each section

An example of blaze numbering: 3N014
3 = Whitevale to Green River section
N = Northbound
014 = Sequential number, beginning with 001 in Whitevale Park Trailhead increasing heading north

Single Blaze – trail proceeds straight ahead

Double Blaze – turn left if top blaze is to left of bottom blaze and turn right if top blaze to the right of the bottom blaze
Seaton Trail Sections Map

Seaton Trail Sections Map

Section 1 Trail Marker Locations

Section 1 Trail Marker Locations

Section 2 Trail Marker Locations

Section 2 Trail Marker Locations

Section 3 Trail Marker Locations

Section 3 Trail Marker Locations

Seaton Trail Marker Coordinates Spreadsheet

Use the trail at your own risk because blazes can be lost due to tree falls and vandalism and the trail is frequently shifted due to erosion.

Disclaimer: We make no promise that these maps are currently accurate. Since its creation, the trail and its physical environment have undergone many changes in route and structure. New maps are being developed.

Latest News

Whitevale Bridge Closed
June 6, 2014
Notice: The Whitevale Bridge is closed. There is no trail connection between the north and south sides of the trail at Whitevale. The bridge isn’t expected to be opened…
Closure of bridge at Whitevale
April 22, 2014
Construction Start: June 1, 2014 In-Water Work: July 1 to September 15, 2014 Construction End: December 12, 2014 The bridge is open to foot and bicycle traffic until June 1st, but…
Ice Storm Clean Up – Part 2
January 16, 2014
Photos of the ongoing Ice Storm clean up: Many thanks to the all the volunteers for their work in clearing the trail damage from the Ice Storm, including: Colin Arnott (and the Mud…
Ice Storm Clean Up
January 8, 2014
The recent ice storm has done some damage to some trees along the Seaton Trail. Thanks to all the volunteers who have pledged thus far to help clear the trail of small to medium size…

Latest Events

Seaton Trail Race
May 10, 2014
The Seaton Trail Race consists of 3 races: 15K/25K and 50K. The 15K will start 8:30am at Pine Ridge and the turnaround will be at Forestream. The 25K will start 8:00am at Pine Ridge…
BTC Seaton Trail Hike – May 15th
May 15, 2011
Introduction to the Seaton Trail to Bruce Trail Conservancy Memebers. The trail follows West Duffins Creek that winds through a riparian habitat, all within Pickering,…
Toronto Outdoor Club Winter Night Hike – Wed, Jan 26 2011
January 26, 2011
We’re going to walk the first section of the Seaton Hiking Trail starting from south end parking lot (Coordinates: N43.86403 W79.09846). Depending on the condition, we…
Install Un-Authorized Use Signs On Sunday Oct 17, 2010
October 17, 2010
Here’s your chance to give back to the Seaton Trail. We are planning some trail work on Sunday Oct 17, 2010 and we are looking for volunteers. We will be meeting at Rossland…