Take a hike into 2006

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Residents are invited to welcome 2006 with the Iroquoia Club of the Bruce Trail Association on January 1.

Guided hikes of three or five kilometres kick off at 1 p.m. at the Trail Centre in the Dundas Valley Conservation Authority. Both trails are suitable for novice hikers; participants should dress warmly and be prepared for snow and ice. Seasonal conditions mean the trails are not suitable for strollers, and hikers are asked to leave their dogs at home.

The entrance to the Conservation area is off Governor's Road just west of downtown Dundas. There is a $2 admission to the park, but the hikes are free and include snacks and hot refreshments provided by the Iroquoia Club.

Take a hike into 2006

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Residents are invited to welcome 2006 with the Iroquoia Club of the Bruce Trail Association on January 1.

Guided hikes of three or five kilometres kick off at 1 p.m. at the Trail Centre in the Dundas Valley Conservation Authority. Both trails are suitable for novice hikers; participants should dress warmly and be prepared for snow and ice. Seasonal conditions mean the trails are not suitable for strollers, and hikers are asked to leave their dogs at home.

The entrance to the Conservation area is off Governor's Road just west of downtown Dundas. There is a $2 admission to the park, but the hikes are free and include snacks and hot refreshments provided by the Iroquoia Club.

Take a hike into 2006

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Residents are invited to welcome 2006 with the Iroquoia Club of the Bruce Trail Association on January 1.

Guided hikes of three or five kilometres kick off at 1 p.m. at the Trail Centre in the Dundas Valley Conservation Authority. Both trails are suitable for novice hikers; participants should dress warmly and be prepared for snow and ice. Seasonal conditions mean the trails are not suitable for strollers, and hikers are asked to leave their dogs at home.

The entrance to the Conservation area is off Governor's Road just west of downtown Dundas. There is a $2 admission to the park, but the hikes are free and include snacks and hot refreshments provided by the Iroquoia Club.