The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail was listed as one of the 4 'Great Places To Hike' in Kawartha Lakes by Bill Hodgins today.
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The indigenous people have always known that trees have spirits within them. Two cedar log sculptures have been carved alongside the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Pic Seed Sun Shelter where the trail crosses Eldon Road, located south of Oakwood not far from Mariposa Elementary School.
The trail heading west after Highway 36 over pass bridge leading into Lindsay has been blocked by construction at the end of Dobson Street sub-division - you will need to dismount you bike and walk to Dobson Street - remember KTCT continues to the left at Dobson and Logie; for those traveling east dismount you bike end of Dobson Street and walk to trail be careful. Plans are to have a temporary trail constructed as soon as possible.
Jamie Morris, a retired teacher and volunteer with Kawartha Trans Canada Trail, and students at Mariposa Elementary School built and installed Bee Boxes along the trail near Eldon Road, south of Oakwood.
(Pickseed Trail Access Point)