HAFTA volunteers spent their Saturday morning fixing up trails affected by part one of a recent tree-harvest in this tract. Said trails are mostly restored & the boardwalk is reinstalled – Dry feet even during the January thaw this winter.
Many thanks to those who donated their time to keep trails amazing. 🙂
Deriving its name from a massive porcupine den in the forest it runs through, construction of The Den has involved over 400 volunteer hours; at least half of those undertaken in buggy spring conditions. In addition to those build-hours, many hours were spent over the last year and a half in behind the scenes co-ordination. All of that is to say we’re very proud of having reached this milestone.
Trail is bi-directional; which way do you prefer to ride?
NOTE: Risks may be present on this trail; please use caution and ride in control. Caution is particularly important when the trail is new & unfamiliar to you.
Over the coming months we’ll be very slowly tweaking The Den and your feedback is important. However, please do us the courtesy of getting in touch if you want to change something on the trail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to our dedicated volunteers, corporate members and partners at Halton Region. Without everybody working together a project like this would be not possible.
Lastly, I hope we’ll see you out enjoying The Den!
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