Iroquoia

Notice: Hiking Program & COVID-19

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November
Sat Nov 0 2

Oakville Historic Walk

10:00 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): Meet in the baseball parking lot on the southeast corner of River Glen Blvd. and Neyagawa
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 6 km

Description

This approximately 6 Km. hike will take you along the top and down to the inner banks of the Sixteen Mile Creek Valley in Oakville. You will learn about the importance of rivers and creeks in the development of early Oakville and how they contributed to light industry in the early years. You will walk the old roads which led down into and up out of the Valley and about the early settlements which existed. Join Anne Armstrong to learn a little of the history of this area.

Bring water and a snack. Optional refreshments after the hike.

Leader: Anne Armstrong hikingrandma@gmail.com 905 617 3937

 

Sat Nov 0 2

Abbey Road Tribute Fundraiser

7:00 PM-10:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): The Rock on Lock, St John The Evangelist
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Description

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ Abbey Road, a host of Hamilton musicians will perform the album live with proceeds going to the Bruce Trail Conservancy.

Licensed event (cash bar) with craft beer, wine, coffee, and tea available. There will also be a selection of excellent silent auction items.

Time: Doors open at 7pm, and the concert starts at 8pm.

Location: The Rock on Locke, Church of St John the Evangelist, 320 Charlton Ave West, Hamilton

Tickets: $25 + fees … sold online at https://www.bruha.com/event/5009

All proceeds will go to the Bruce Trail Conservancy to help in its mission of preserving a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever. The Bruce Trail Conservancy is a charitable organization dedicated to establishing a conservation corridor containing a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment.

Support for this concert is generously provided by National Bank Independent Network.

Mon Nov 0 4

Dundas Valley CA, Headwaters Trail

9:00 AM-1:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Governors Road, Dundas
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 15k km

Description

Dundas Valley Conservation Area (fee to park) – meet at last parking lot, we head up to the Trail Centre and follow Main Trail to Headwaters Trail and do loop out and back to Main Trail, returning to Trail Centre.  Bring hiking boots, water, snack, lunch.  No dogs.  Pub or refreshment stop afterwards.

stevenwhite901@gmail.com or text 289-242-9415

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Hikers R Us
Location (Google Maps): 80 Mill St S, Hamilton
Hike Leader(s): Louise Langlais Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 14 km

Description

Hike Leader: Louise Langlais;  Email:  langlaislouise@gmail.com.  Cell: 519-222-4040 on day of hike.  At other times, email is the best way to contact me.  Bring sunscreen, insect repellent, snacks, lunch, and 1-2 litres   of water.

 

Please email Louise at least 24 hours before the hike to register. Sometimes last minute changes are made to hikes; registering means you won’t be waiting around the meeting place not knowing why no-one else is there!

Wed Nov 0 6

Jerseyville -Homestead Trail

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Directions: From Hamilton take 403 to West. Exit at Wilson St in Ancaster. Turn right on Wilson St. At the traffic take the exit right onto Meadowbrook St (3rd exit). Take Meadowbrook to Jerseyville Side Rd. and turn right. Just pass the high school the Little League Park is on the right at the bottom of the hill.
Hike Leader(s): Lorraine Sherred Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 7 to 8km

Description

Several loops in the Spring Valley section of the Dundas Valley Conservation area.

Please email for more info if needed. Lorraine Sherred 13hiking13@gmail.com

Thu Nov 0 7

North Shore Trail, Dundas

10:00 AM-12:15 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Borer’s Falls dog park on York Rd near Valley Rd and walk to trailhead for the RBG North Shore Trail (formerly entrance to RBG). Hike leader will meet you at this entrance.
Hike Leader(s): Linda Robinson Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing, Slippery and Steep Sections

Description

Dress for the weather with hiking boots. Bring water, snack and lunch.

Sat Nov 0 9

CANCELLED Kerncliff Park Restoration

8:45 AM-11:00 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): Cityview Park, 2500 Kerns Rd, Burlington ON
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: ~ 4 km

Description

Look for this walk this spring.  This hike was cancelled as our guest hike leader can’t lead the hike at this time.  Please visit the park where there is a beautiful side trail and an interesting board walk.

Guest interpretive leader is Dianne Watkins member of Friends of Kerncliff Park, Burlington’s Field and Stream Rescue Team and  Master’s candidate at U of Waterloo studying ecological restoration. Please arrive at 8:45AM to sign in and the hike will start at 9AM. This education walk will start at the parking lot at City View Park where there is lots of parking. Kerns Road is one way going north after Kerncliff park.  To enter from Dundas (#5) turn south on Kerns Road and take 2nd entrance on the left hand side. If coming from south take the first driveway on the right.  From the City View parking lot, we’ll work our way down into Kerncliff Park after stopping at the beautiful lookout point, and walk through the forest to the old Nelson Quarry where there is now a beautiful wetland and boardwalk.  Dianne will talk about restoration work that FKP and community collaborators have done in this City of Burlington-managed park.  The Bruce Trail runs along the top and has the Ian Reid side trail running through. We’ll talk about the invasive species such as buckthorn and dog strangling vine as well as the native species planting that has encouraged wildlife to come back like red wing blackbirds, northern map turtles and northern water snakes.  The trail has some slopes and if it’s dry we’ll take the steep rocky path up the escarpment after visiting the old quarry. Wear good boots and be prepared for ticks that are active above 4C.  Poles help with keeping yourself stable over roots and rocks.   More information about ticks https://conservationhamilton.ca/ticks-and-lyme-disease/ For a map of Kerncliff https://atasteoftrace.com/2016/10/27/burlington-hikes-kerncliff-park/ orhttps://www.alltrails.com/trail/canada/ontario/ian-reid-side-trail-and-bruce-trail-loop   We will be taking it slow especially on the steep trail back up to City View.  Bring water and snacks.   

Registration helps me figure out how many people to look for and let you know if the hike is cancelled due to high winds or thunderstorms.  Contact Bron brontreg@cogeco.ca 905-637-7136 

 

Sat Nov 0 9

Junior Hiker/Rattlesnake Point Loop

11:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Junior Hiker
Location: Rattlesnake Conservation Area
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 4 km.

Description

Rattlesnake Point is a very popular destination for both hikers and rock climbers. The soaring cliffs give wonderful views over the Nassagaweya Canyon towards Crawford Lake Conservation Area. We may see some Turkey Vultures if they haven’t already left but, sadly, no rattlesnakes. Come join this exploratory hike of the area. Bring water and a snack. Rattlesnake Point is on the west side of Appleby Line, north of Derry Rd., right at the top of the windy road. Map 11. Parking fee in effect or a Conservation Area pass. Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Sun Nov 1 0

Primrose/Boyne Valley/Mulmur Hills

9:00 AM-4:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Parking Lot at 1st Line East just east of where the Main Trail crosses 1st Line East at km 29.4, Map 20. (Emergency #716599)
Hike Leader(s): Stuart Law Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 18 kms

Description

Join us for a late Fall walk in the Dufferin Hi-Lands from Primrose to just east of Whitfield on the Prince of Wales Side Trail, the Primrose Loop Side Trail, the Boyne Valley Side Trail and parts of the Main Trail.  Please bring hiking boots, 2L of water, sunscreen and lunch.  Please arrive early at 8:45 am so that we can all sign in before heading off at 9 sharp.  Pre-registration at stuarthikes@gmail.com required.

Sun Nov 1 0

Gentle Hike/Beginners

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Halton Agreement Forest
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: Up to 8 km.

Description

The Halton Agreement Forest is an area riddled with bicycle trails and some fine hiking trails. The challenge is to sort them out! Join us for an easy walk in this popular area. The parking lot for the entrance to this part of the forest is on the east side of Guelph Line, north of the 401 and across from the Mohawk/Woodbine Raceway and Casino. Overflow parking is in the northwest corner of the Raceway. Be careful as it is easy to miss the entrance. Bring water and a snack. Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Wed Nov 1 3

Crawford Lake

9:00 AM-1:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Hikers R Us
Location (Google Maps): Crawford Lake
Hike Leader(s): Ronald Granger Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing, Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 14.0 Km

Description

Loop hike on Main Bruce trail ,Crawford  Lake side trail and  part of Rattlesnake Trail

Wed Nov 1 3

Good Companions - Shell Park, West Oakville

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Shell Park, Lakeshore Road, West Oakville
Hike Leader(s): Mary Rose Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will explore the trails in Shell Park, Village Wood Park, and Bronte returning via the Pioneer Cemetry

Leader: Mary Rose. Phone/Text 905-637-2918. Email: termarintl@cogeco.ca

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Parking on Twiss Rd. (just south of Camp Manitou and north of Derry Rd.) and shuttle to Rattlesnake Pt. Conservation Area. Drivers will need Conservation Pass or fee to park at CA
Hike Leader(s): Karen Capindale-Smith Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Dependent on Conditions, Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: +/- 12km

Description

From Rattlesnake Pt. CA we will follow conservation side trails and main BT along the escarpment and descend/ascend Nassagaweya Canyon into Crawford Lake CA. From there we will wind our way through the CA and on to the calcium pits at Twiss Rd.

Please bring water, snack and lunch. Icers (god forbid) may be necessary

Contact Info: jsmith62@cogeco.ca or (905)332-7254; hike morning use cell (905) 749-0914

Thu Nov 1 4

Gage Park & St Clair West History Walk

9:45 AM-11:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse Parking Lot
Hike Leader(s): Gary Wrathall Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: ~3-4 km

Description

Leisurely urban walk through beautiful Gage Park and a visit to the tropical greenhouses.  Learn about the history of the area on stops along this gentle education hike.  Meet at the Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse parking lot.  Washrooms available at greenhouse. Wear good walking shoes and bring water & snacks.  There is a small diner called Gage Park Diner for optional lunch stop 975 Main St E.    Registration not required.  Contact Gary for more information  gary.wrathall@sympatico.ca  phone 905-681-6167  Cancelled in inclement weather.

More about Gage Park Greenhouse https://www.hamilton.ca/attractions/culture/gage-park-greenhouse More about St Clair Historical District https://uwaterloo.ca/heritage-resources-centre/sites/ca.heritage-resources-centre/files/uploads/files/Final%20Report%20-%20St%20Clair%20Blvd%20-%20FINAL.pdf

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Hidden Valley Park in West Burlington. Map 9.
Hike Leader(s): Terry Rose Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing, Slippery Sections Likely
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will do a loop hike along the west side of Grindstone Creek (Lemonville Rd.) to join the Main Trail and return on the east side (Hidden Valley Rd.) Some steep hills. Bring snack and water. To contact hike leader: Text/phone: 905-320-6513 or email: termarintl@gmail.com

Sat Nov 1 6

Geology of a Karst

8:45 AM-11:00 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): Eramosa Karst, Stoney Creek -Meet at the parking lot off Upper Albion
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing

Description

Learn about the unique formations of a karst on this walk lead by guest Rita Guilietti, member of the Friends of Eramosa Karst (FOTEK).  We’ll also learn about the history of this newer preserve which is part of the Hamilton Conservation Authority.  Parking fee in effect if not an HCA member. Please arrive at 8:45 to sign up so we can start hike at 9:00. Bring water and a snack.

Register with Bron brontreg@cogeco.ca PH: 905-637-7136 Optional refreshment stop after.

Sun Nov 1 7

Gentle/Beginners Hike

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location: Scotsdale Farm Trafalgar Rd. Near Georgetown
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 6/7 km.

Description

Scotsdale Farm is always an interesting place to hike. The Bennett family farmed this area for many years and donated it to the Ontario Heritage Foundation. Using main and blue side trails we will explore this lovey area. Expect some rocks but generally good terrain. Bring a snack and water. To reach the farm go north on Trafalgar Rd. until you get to the entrance, hard to see. It will be on your right. ( For a short time Trafalgar Rd. and Highway 7 are the same. Trafalgar eventually branches off to the right.) Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Mon Nov 1 8

Kelso Conservation Area, Room with A View

9:00 AM-2:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Parking lot at Steels Ave and Bell School Line. Parking fee applies.

For personalized driving directions, just copy and paste the GPS coordinates into a Google search window and voila!
Hike Leader(s): Louise Langlais Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing

Description

Hike Leader: Louise Langlais;  Email:  langlaislouise@gmail.com.  Cell: 519-222-4040 on day of hike.  At other times, email is the best way to contact me.  Bring sunscreen, insect repellent in the summer, icers in the winter, snacks, lunch, and 1-2 litres of water.

 

Please email me at least 24 hours before the hike to register. Sometimes last minute changes are made to hikes; registering means you won’t be waiting around the meeting place not knowing why no-one else is there!

Wed Nov 2 0

Good Companions - Spencer's Adventure. Map 8.

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Park Avenue, Greensville – beside the playground. Park Ave. is south of Hwy 8 just 50m west of Bullocks Corners. Take Hwy 8 north from Dundas or take Brock Rd. south from Hwy 5.
Hike Leader(s): Stella Parr Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will hike from Greensville along Spencer Creek to Christie Lake and return via a similar route.

Leader: Stella Parr. 905-628-6436 or scparr@yahoo.ca

Thu Nov 2 1

Cedar Springs Rd. to Guelph Line

9:30 AM-11:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Fisher Access (Springer Cres.) just off of Highview Dr. which is just north of Hwy 5 off of Cedar Springs Rd.
Hike Leader(s): Karen Capindale-Smith Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing, Slippery Sections Likely, Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing

Description

We will hike in/out from Fisher Access to Guelph Line through beautiful woodland with a few strenuous hills.

Remember to bring water and a snack. icers may be necessary.

Contact Info: jsmith62cogeco.ca or (905)332-7254; hike morning use cell (905)749-0914

Thu Nov 2 1

Oakville East Ravines

10:00 AM-1:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Oakville
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing

Description

Oakville many ravines provide some interesting and good trails. We will explore some of these ravines. Meet in the parking lot of the Oakville Municipal offices on the east side of Trafalgar Rd. just north of the QEW and on the south side of White Oaks Blvd. Park in the area facing Trafalgar Rd. Bring a snack/lunch and water. Leaders: Anne and Phill Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Sun Nov 2 4

Taste of The Bruce - Crawford Lake

8:45 AM-11:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Crawford Lake Conservation Area
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Dependent on Conditions, Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: ~8 km

Description

Bruce Trail ranges from fields to rocky slopes.  On this hike we’ll hike over various terrain ranging from difficult rocky wooded trail to gentle slopes over open meadow.  Starting at the lower parking lot at Crawford Lake we’ll take the Bruce Side trail down into the valley then back up a very rocky section of the main trail, following the escarpment to the lookout then continue to follow the Bruce Trail until the junction of the Crawford lake forest trail back to the centre where you can enjoy the Iroquoian village reconstruction.  Trail may be adjusted according to weather.   We will take it slow over the rocky bits and keep to a gentle pace.   Wear good hiking boots to help with grip on rocky trail. Poles recommended to help with balance and when rocks are slippery.  This is a good hike for those wanting to try more difficult sections at a gentle pace.  Bring snacks and water.  There are washrooms available, indoor ones open at 10 am. There is a place to have lunch if you want to stay and enjoy the interpretive section of  the park.  Map 11 in your Bruce Trail Guide.

Entrance fee for those without a Conservation Halton annual pass. Please note that you get a discount when you purchase an annual pass with your Bruce Trail membership. Its well worth it to support the conservation areas that protect our trail.  Your pass will let a vehicle in without needing to pay for individuals.  We will be arriving before the gate opens so self payment is required along with exact payment without a pass.  Come early to complete payment form as well as registering.   Adults are $7.75, Seniors (65+ yrs) are $6.75. 

Registration not required but it helps so we know how many are coming. Please contact me for more information Bron brontreg@cogeco.ca or 905-637-7136. Co-leader Melissa Hawrylyshyn m.hawrylyshyn@gmail.com    Cancelled in high winds, thunderstorms or very heavy rain/snow.

To download a map of Crawford Lake Trails go to https://www.conservationhalton.ca/hiking

Mon Nov 2 5

Short Hills conservation Area

10:00 AM-2:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Short Hills Conservation Area, 2899-2915 Wiley Road, Thorold
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 15k km

Description

Meet to carpool at 9:00 at parking lot east of Hutches on Van Wagners Road.  We will then carpool to Thorold, and park in lot at end of Wiley Road. We will hike Black Walnut side trail and main trail out to Swayze Falls, back to Terrace Creek Falls. Hiking boots, hat, water, snack, lunch. No dogs. Pub or refreshment stop afterwards.

stevenwhite901@gmail.com or text 289-242-9415

Wed Nov 2 7

Smokey Hollow to Hwy 6 - in and out

9:00 AM-1:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Hikers R Us
Location (Google Maps): Smokey Hollow, Waterdown
Hike Leader(s): Cynthia Archer Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 13k km

Description

Meet at parking lot on Mill St south of train bridge (Waterdown). Follow main trail through Grindstone Creek to Hwy6 and return. Bring hiking boots, icers, water, snack, lunch.  No dogs. Refreshment or pub stop afterwards

archercynthiab@gmail.com or text 416-573-4236

Wed Nov 2 7

Good Companions - RBG North Shore Trail

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Meet at former RBG parking lot on York Road in Dundas. Park on shoulder.
Hike Leader(s): Linda Robinson Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will do a circular loop around the RBG North Shore stopping for a restroom break and snack at the Interpretation Centre. Bring snack and water. Easy hike, some hills. To contact hike leader email: fly@execulink.com

Thu Nov 2 8

Oakville lakeshore trails

9:30 AM-1:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Coronation Park Oakville
Hike Leader(s): Norman Young Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 10 km

Description

An in and out hike eastward from Coronation Park to Allan Street along the lake shore

Bring water, snack etc

Thu Nov 2 8

Trees of Ancaster

10:00 AM-11:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): Sammy’s Family Restaurant
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 3-4 km

Description

Join us for a leisurely walk through one of Ancaster’s older neighbourhoods, on sidewalks & side streets, bounded on three sides by the Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Wilson Street and Fiddler’s Green Road.  We’ll look at a neighbourhood in transition with a focus on architecture, older trees & talk about Hamilton’s new Urban Forest Strategy.  Lead by area resident Rosemarie Morris and City of Hamilton resources staff. Meet at Sammy’s, 2 Cameron Dr. Ancaster.  Bring snacks & water.  Optional stop at Sammy’s after.  For more information Contact Iroquoia Bruce Trail club hike leader Bron Tregunno brontreg@cogeco.ca 905-637-7136.  Cancelled if storming or high winds.