Wednesday, February 8, 2012

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

City studying gaps in bike trail network
CBC.ca
The city is looking at ways to fill gaps in Toronto's network of bike trails. CBC's Genevieve Tomney spoke to cyclists about the city's plans.



Sault Ste. Marie Club Dates this week
Sault This Week
VON Canada – Ontario Branch, holds community information sessions, ... A Walking Group, formerly the Y's Hikers, meets at St. Andrew's Church, ...



Snowbirds get brand new groomer
Barry's Bay This Week
31 to celebrate the arrival of the club's new trail groomer, which was funded through the Snow Country Snowmobile Association and the OFSC Industrial Groomer Replacement Program. By Heather Sutherland - Staff Reporter For the first time ever in the ...
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Fat Bike Race in Ontario - Mountain Bike Review
We're still waiting for final confirmation on timing and some minor details, but this Saturday, February 11 at 3pm the Kearney Sled Dog Races will be.
forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/fat-bike-race-ontario-767025.html


GRCA updates terminology for flood messages
Exchange Morning Post (press release)
Cambridge - The Grand River Conservation Authority is updating the terms it uses in flood and water safety messages effective Feb. 15. The new terminology is being adopted by the GRCA, otherconservation authorities across Ontario and the Ontario ...
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Winter project: the DIY wannigan
CANOE & KAYAK (blog)
Regardless, paddlers in my home of Northern Ontario have been using them as grub boxes for about 100 years. According to former Camp Keewaydin staffer Heb Evans in his classic 1975 book Canoeing Wilderness Waters (out of print), the main advantage of ...
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Ideas for enjoying the last hoorah of winter
insideTORONTO.com
The following tips are courtesy of the City of Toronto... Thick-tread mountain bike tires will increase traction/grip on snow (particularly good for hard ...



Committed to outdoor education
Owen Sound Sun Times
"To try to start this now would be next to impossible," Diebel said during a winter conference for close to 40 members of the Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario. "Frontage on two lakes, 320 acres, all the gear. It just would not be possible," she ...
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Things to do today — Wednesday, Feb. 8
MPNnow.com (blog)
Reservation deadline for Night Ski: Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Road, South Bristol, held 5 to 7:30 pm Feb. 11, Genesee Valley Nordic Ski Patrol will lead cross-country skiers on a trek under the stars, ski rentals $15 per pair, trek followed by ...
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Ontario's Near North - Kearney Dog Sled Races
Dog sled races Feb.11&12/12,family fun,prize of $18000,Ontario Federation of Sled Dog Sports,120 mile overnight race,Ontario's Near North,family skate, bonfire ...
www.northernontario.travel/.../40.../401-kearney-dog-sled-rac...


Sudbury Snowarama raises almost $25000 for Easter Seals Kids
NorthernLife.ca
Participants in the annual Sudbury Snowarama spent Saturday out enjoying the local OFSC trails. Supplied photo. The annual Sudbury Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids drew 79 riders out to local Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) trailsSaturday ...
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