The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association, Director Doug Baker and President of Heart of Ontario Snowmobile Club is pleased to announce that the WEST section of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is open for snowmobiling. The west section stretches from Highway #7 by Lindsay to Durham Road #2 (Simcoe Street) and beyond. There are a number of interconnecting Ontario Federation Snowmobile Clubs(OFSC) trail routes off this main corridor check out their web site: www.heartofontario.ca
The Trail is an official OFSC sanctioned trail and requires a trail permit that can be purchased at outlets listed on their web web site. The East section of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail is not officially open. Efforts are being made to have this section manged by an OFSC Club.
For more information contact: Doug Baker by email- use email address listed on web site or check out the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club web site: www.ofsc.com
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.