December Club Presidents thoughts: I would really like to extend a very big Thank You to all our Landowners who’s generous use of their land is a gift to us all year long! The trail will officially be closed on Dec 25th for one day only. This is a legal requirement for our property owners… Continue reading Merry Christmas to Every-one!
The weather was a little colder than we would like yet 5 hardy volunteers participated in a reroute around wash out area west of the horse farm. New blazes were added from the east end of horse farm marking the gates all the way to washout and reroute. The horse farm is one of those… Continue reading Good day doing trail maintenance.
Here is Linda and Roseann after completing the October End-to-end. Both had a great time and Linda liked visiting Mackie’s one more time. Congratulations. Way to go!
The weather was great. A wonderful fall day. Unfortunately the rainy summer and great downpour days played havoc on the trail. Two bridges were uprooted. One by trees falling on it and another relocated on land. We managed to get to the fish hatchery and decided to finish the hike on Wednesday at 9 am… Continue reading Day 4 of End-to-end
Well it had to happen, the weather was less than cooperative today. Not torrential downpour but a steady mist. The trail was quite muddy and slippery still 8 hardy hikers ventured out. They were rewarded with seeing wild turkeys and many deer including a buck. We all made it out safely after cutting the trip… Continue reading Day 3 of End-to-end
Thames Valley Trail Association in conjunction with Hike Ontario will be leading a hike leader certification program on Saturday, November 15th at Kings College.The course will be from 9 am to 4:30 pm. One also needs first aid and CPR certification to be a certified Hike Ontario Leader. To register go to Hike Ontario website… Continue reading Hike leader certification in London
. The horses could smell everyone’s apples and came over for a chomp and visit. The sunflower field off Lyle road was a nice addition. Several hikers got to see deer in several locations. Great colours but not a lot of flaming reds. We had another great day for weather, started off cold but warmed… Continue reading Day 2 of End-to-end
The weather was not promising when we went to bed last night.In the morning the radar showed the rain north and south of St Thomas. The temperature had dropped quite a bit over night and everyone was dressed accordingly. Mr Sun was elusive and yesterdays rains made the first half of the hike a bit… Continue reading Day 1 of End-to-end
To all Friends of the Trail, On behalf of Hike Ontario, the Guelph Hiking Trail Club invites you to take part in the 40th Annual Hike Ontario Summit. Join us on the banks of the Speed River for our kick-off Friday pub night, a dynamic Saturday program, and a Sunday of great hikes on our… Continue reading 40th Annual Hike Ontario Summit