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).
Please come out on April 14th and 15th and enjoy the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail with Sue Kenney; the author of "My Camino", as she walks from Peterborough to the Lindsay Lifestyle Show.
Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association organized a rededication event for the Ernest Thompson Seton Historical Plaque to be re-instated along a section of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail that travels through one of the most environmental schools in Canada- Fleming College. A proper location for a man who wrote 40 books and painted numerous paintings about nature. Photo Dr.John Wadland, Professor Emertius Trent University, John MacKlem, President Victoria County Historical Society, Linda Skelton Dean Fleming College Frost Campus, Al MacPherson President KTCT and Craig Shanks Manager Parks/Recreation and Culture City of Kawarha Lakes (March 29, 2011)