Thursday, January 7, 2021

Come Walk With Us YouTube Channel !!

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So we are trying something new out – a YouTube Channel!   Today we posted our first video and are working on transforming our daily treks into vlogs! 

In Ontario The Great Trail includes over 5200 km of pathways and waterways in venturing across the province!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to trek more than 2500km on hiking paths across Ontario along the Great Trail ? Today you can see what it looks like with 2 seconds of video for each day on the trail!  Meaning that in less than 3 minutes you can experience hiking Ontario from Ottawa in the East to the GTA to Muskoka and North Bay to Sault Ste Marie around Lake Superior to Thunder Bay and Kenora in the West!


The Trans Canada Trail in Ontario makes up one of the largest sections of the nationwide system.  It runs from Ottawa through Carleton Place, Perth, to Verona and the outskirts of Kingston, to Campbellford and Peterborough crossing the Kawarthas to Lindsay, venturing into Uxbridge, Ajax, Pickering, through  downtown Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, and Brantford prior to turning north to Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, and Fergus.  The trail then continues through Barrie, Midland, and Orillia before venturing into Muskoka passing through Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Hunstville to the beautiful community of Magnetawan.  Even after all of this the trail continues to Nipissing, Callander, North Bay, Sturgeon Falls, Noelville, Hagar and into Sudbury.  Now heading westward the trail continues to Espanola, Massey, Spanish, through Serpent River, Blind River, Iron River, Thessalon, Bruce Mines, Echo Bay, and Sault Ste Marie!    The Great Trail then ventures around Lake Superior through Lake Superior Provincial Park, to Marathon, Terrace Bay along the Casque Isles Trail and the town of Schreiber, through Nipigon and Red Rock, along the shores of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, across Thunder Bay, and the communities of Dryden, Vermilion Bay and Kenora. 

The Great Trail crossing Ontario is one of the province’s great adventures waiting to be explored!

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