A map of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail was presented to former Director Blane Harvey on December 12th, 2008 for his commitment to the efforts of the Association. Blane has stepped down as a director due to a recent promotion to Vice President of Sir Sandford Fleming College. We wish Blane all the best.
Check out the "Projects" page for a NEW link to the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Outdoor Classroom Lesson Plans commissioned by the Kawartha Lakes Green Trails Alliance.
Watch for coming details on the 4th Annual Adventure Travel Festival! Planned for the weekend of INTERNATIONAL TRAILS DAY 2015 - Saturday, June 6, 2015.
Visit the new Kawartha Adventure Travel Festival website for more details, to purchase tickets, or to become a trail donor today!
Township of Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield - A potential hazard on a section of the Trans Canada Trail east of Hwy 7 has been brought to our attention. There is a deep depression on the trail (sinkhole) just North of Lily Lake Road. The trail actually crosses Lily Lake Road at Stockdale. The Township has graciously erected a couple of barriers at this location in order to limit the potential for serious injury. Although this is not a section of trail managed by the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association, we want to make trail users aware of the potential hazard.