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is undertaking the ambitious task of creating a “walking and
cycling trail” that connects Kincardine to Inverhuron
- Latest News: Click photos to enlarge
- August 20, 2014 Trails maps now on Google. Click
- March 2013
Kincardine Trails Moving Forward
To see our PowerPoint presentation to
Kincardine council click
(.pdf file )
- Dec. 22, 2012 -
All in all it's been a
great 'feel good' year on the Kincardine trails system! Great
namely because of:
many outstanding projects came to fruition,
NEW volunteers joined the group,
a long awaited NEW permanent bridge has been installed
that enables the trails to be a truly 4 season system,
- Oct 21, 2012 -
The Grand Opening of the South Penetangore Bridge
- August 20, 2012 - New Green Trail Steps.
For those of you that have entered the trail
system of the north end of Fraser Drive you will have noted that it
you immediately turn left/west that there is a steep slope down to the
lower Green Trail. Not any more thanks to the efforts of Jamie
Hunsburger and Lloyd Phillips as they have installed a set of steps
from top to bottom! I had some visitors form Alberta out on the
trails yesterday and made a point of taking them to view the new
stairway and must comment that they look EXCELLENT and they will no
doubt be much safer to use, especially after a rain.
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Our trails are more than a healthy life-style choice. They
represent the very meaning of Kincardine’s slogan: Great energy/balanced
By using approved environmental practices and building
public awareness among Kincardine residents and visitors, it is the goal
of the Kincardine Trail Association (KTA) to continue developing a
sustainable trail system that links our beautiful public parks and open
spaces with improved access for all and helpful loops in key spots.
KTA volunteers have already developed 22 kilometers of
sustainable trails since 2001, focusing first on the Town of Kincardine.
Now we are moving on from Kincardine to Inverhuron Park. By Phase III,
we will have fabulous trails from Kincardine, along the former CN rail
line, all the way to the municipality’s northern boundary.
There are five trails in Kincardine.
Click the navigation bar at top for trail description
in small boxes on the maps represent the location
of signs on trees or posts
i.e. B16 = Blue Trail, location #16