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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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Ontario Trails fully involved in Trail Projects

From the North Shore of Lake Superior to the rolling hills of Haliburton to the St. Lawrence Seaway, through the nation's biggest cities over 430 communities in Ontario have trails that are Yours to Explore.

This article is going to tell you about a few of the projects that we have underway in several parts of Ontario. When communities turned to the OTC they ask us to help them manage, develop, properly use, and conserve their trails

Georgian Bay Coast Trail – Central Ontario

People like to walk, it also like to hike. Many of Ontario's trails are along rivers or along waterfronts. The Georgian Bay coast trail is being planned as rugged natural experience trail alongside the East Coast of Georgian Bay.

This trail is going to stretch from Bayfield Inlet to Point Grondine. In this case this trail is not a rail trail the rugged beauty of Georgian Bay will be your guide. Rocks, pine forests, and wilderness await on this trail trek.

Trails are about communities in this project brings many unique communities together through the trail. This is why the Ontario trails Council is pleased to be devoting time and resources to working with first Nations peoples, the board of the Georgian Bay coast trail and other regional partners in bringing this trail to this region.

Heritage is the key word on this trail. First Nations peoples appreciated the healing powers of native plants and respected the beauty of the land. Today through this partnership we are working to ensure that aboriginal heritage and natural appreciation is preserved for the wilderness hiker.

There are many places to stay in the area, the hearty fare will energize you for your next 30K, and whether in Britt, or Parry Sound, to Magnetawan, as this trail opens over the next year the local people are ready to welcome you to their unique part of Ontario.

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