Ontario boasts over 80,000 km in trails. Whether you're in downtown Toronto or North of Superior, we have a trail for you.
The Ontario Trails Council is a registered charity, led by volunteers who promote the development, management, use and conservation of Ontario's trails.
You'll find everything from gentle walking trails to rock faces for climbing and water routes to canoe and kayak.
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Friday, September 7, 2012
Ontario Trails - Delhi, Waterford, Norfolk County and 2,596 other Ontario Trails for Biking, Hiking and 16 other Ontario Trail Activities
are now set for this year’s special 40th Anniversary conference. Our
theme, “Honouring Roots...Standing Tall...Branching Out!” reflects our
commitment to create a unique conference framework within which many of
COEO's original “elders” and long-time “sustainers” will be personally
invited to return to share in the celebration of: a) how our
organization was born and nurtured, b) its current “best practices”, and
c) what it is already in the process of becoming!
Saturday, September 8 2012 Bus hike Level II/III - Ragged Rapids Loop
LENGTH OF HIKE
A day for the true fitness adventurer - this challenging
hike over rugged terrain in the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park
offers wonderful scenery. We cross deep ravines and over beaver dams with
excellent views of the Black River, beaver ponds and open country. Come join
us for an amazing workout along the Ragged Rapids Loop in the Wilderness
Section of the Ganaraska Trail.
Pre-registration started: Wed Aug 22 2012 8:00 pm.
Pre-registration cancellation and cutoff deadline (no changes or
cancellations after this): Wed Sep 5 2012 8:00 pm. Full
details To learn how the program works and where to catch the bus please
read General Information on Bus Hikes
The Peninsula Bruce Trail Club is hosting its 9th annual Hiking Festival
Sept 28 to 30 in Tobermory Ontario. The event spans Friday tales of the trail,
Saturday hikes morning and afternoon, an evening wine and cheese followed by a
speaker and Sunday hikes on newly acquired lands along the optimum route for the
Bruce Trail. All details an be found at www.pbtc.ca
Free consulting services for non-profits: The Volunteer Consulting Group
is University of Toronto’s student-run organization that provides free
consulting to non-profits in marketing, fundraising, finance,
organizational structure and human resource management. They are
currently looking agencies who have 6 month projects they can consult
on. Apply by September 30th.
are for information and knowledge exchange purposes only. All courses
are offered on a first come first serve basis. Instructors reserve the
right to limit class sizes. Courses may be offered more than once in
the calendar year. Some minimum student levels are necessary to run
certain courses, so offered courses may change without notice