Thursday, March 17, 2011

Use trails before snow is gone

Algonquin Highlands's trails coordinator is reminding the public that the township's ski and snowshoe trails are still open and is encouraging people to take advantage of them before it's too late.

"Last year, the snow was gone March 1," Mark Coleman told the Times late last week. This year, however, is a different story. "We've got a considerable snow base still."

The township operates 25 kilometres of ski trails and 15 kilometres of snowshoe trails near the Frost Centre, where its trails office is located.

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