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Wednesday, May 14, 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.

Niagara Trails – Niagara 

Just when you've experienced everything on Clifton Hill, enjoyed the 1812 overture at Niagara-on-the-Lake, or tested some fine wines in Fort Erie, you'll discover the little bit extra that the 62 trails in Niagara enable you to explore.

Niagara region is blessed with many amenities and services for tourists and trail users alike. The conservation authority lands are dotted with trails, the Niagara Gorge trail is renowned for its client and the powerful sounds of Niagara's waters.

Working with the region and the Niagara trails committee in various groups including the Niagara Bruce trail club, the Upper Canada Equestrian Association, Quad Niagara, Short Hills cycling, and the various municipalities we are re-shaping the vision and development of multi-use trails in Niagara.

So come on down bring your bike bring your boots bring your helmet, most importantly bring your sense of adventure!

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