June 14th a Beautiful sunny morning and the PickSeed sun shelter alongside the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail was officially open. The map display includes local historical information and facilities such as the Butter Tart Trail was unveiled by Mayor Rick McGee, President KTCTA - Al MacPherson, Tom Pick- Pickseed and Councilor Donna Villemaire Ward 8.
Attention all trail users please stay on the tread area of the trail as the ditches and shoulders of the trail has poison ivy. It is impossible to control as it is found along the entire 44 km length of the trail. Leaflet Three Let It Be!
The Kawartha Cycling Club regular users of the KTCT submitted this photo from a ride they did in May.
For Earth Day over 150 volunteers stretching across our 44 km of trail came out to clean up the trail. The photograph shows St.Thomas Aquinas High School students helping out. They collected over 60 vehicle tires along the trail.
Starting at Jackson Park in Peterborough Sue Kenney (front left/purple jacket) Author and Hiker walks with 15-20 other hikers along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail ending up at the Lindsay Fairgrounds to open the Kawartha Leisure and Lifestyle Show (April15,2011).