Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Ontario Trails - Ski, Sled, Hike, Bike or Paddle Ontario's Trails

Loads of snow here

The Chronicle Journal
In the last few years, due to the depressed economy and population decline, some NorthwesternOntario clubs have struggled to attract volunteers to drive OFSC-funded groomers to keep trails open. Because of the late start to winter conditions this year ...



A political point of view
Innisfil Scope
Several ski resorts offer downhill and cross country opportunities and with ... Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails is an association of five area snowmobile ...



Ontario University Athletics - NORDIC SKIING ROUNDUP: Nipissing ...
The Varsity Blues Nordic ski team recorded five top-10 finishes at the North Bay Nordic/Nipissing Nordic OUA invitational this past weekend (Jan. 21-22).
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Trails 'Friends' worried about public safety
Standard Freeholder
20. The Friends reminded counties council that there has been ongoing Ontario and municipal government funding to enhance the trails and create recreational interest. They estimate that about 8000 visitors use the trails.


Frozen funding leaves municipalities to pick up slack
Owen Sound Sun Times
Dick Hibma said the Ministry of Natural Resources, after a review of Ontario's ConservationAuthority Act, has acknowledged that the province has a "responsibility" to fund more but has said it doesn't have the money to do so.
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Seaway Trail developer Teresa Mitchell dies at age 59
Niagara Gazette
In the Seaway Trail post, Mitchell was the prime mover in marketing and promoting the 518-mile scenic byway stretching from near Massena along the entire Lake Ontario shoreline in New York, the Niagara River, and Lake Erie communities to the ...
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Joyride 150 – For when it's too crummy outside to ride - Biking Toronto
During that time I've tried to take it out on the Don Valley mountain biking trail even on the rare snowy days we've had here in Toronto. The problem is we've had ...
bikingtoronto.com/.../joyride-150-for-when-its-too-crummy-o...

DIY accessibility
NOW Toronto
Those barriers are something Anderson became increasingly frustrated with after he lost the use of his legs in a 2002 mountain biking accident.

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