Hike Ontario held their Annual Summit ( Nov 16-17) at Fleming College and was hosted by by the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association. Al MacPherson President of Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association and Bill Wilson President Hike Ontario congratulate each other for a successful Summit.
Gilbert and Julie KTCT volunteers install a steel post on Fleming College campus alongside KTCT which will hold the Ontario Heritage Plaque about Ernest Thompson Seton who lived in the Lindsay area.
Logie Park is perfect for a walk or cycling along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail especially during the Lilac Festival end of May. Photo John Harper KTCT Managing Partner.
Five Ontario Stewardship Rangers installed hand railings on the Reaboro Bridge on August 18th as well they removed the long grass along side of the trans canada trail section in the village of Omemee
Members of the Unity Church of Lindsay gather to erect their Managing Partner sign at Angeline Street Lindsay. Members from the Church have adopted a section of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail from Angeline Street - west along the trail. They are one of eleven managing partners who help manage the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail.