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Trail Guide Logo TRAIL MAINTENANCE & DEVELOPMENT

The thirty-five plus kilometres of trails on and around the Haliburton Scout Reserve are maintained and developed in a cooperative effort by the current staff, by members of the Haliburton Scout Reserve Staff Alumni which was founded in 1988, and by campers through the Adopt-A-Trail program. Hundreds of "person hours" each summer are spent clearing deadfalls, cutting back brush and upgrading trail markers and signs. Trail work weekends are also held in the fall.

New trails are developed in keeping with a master plan which aims to form a Trail System. This system provides for a variety of route combinations, distances, difficulties, terrain and campsites, and encourages a wider use of the property outside the base camps at Kennabi Lake.

If you are interested in assisting with trail maintenance or development during your stay at the camp, please contact the staff Out-tripper or Program Supervisor. Combining Trail Maintenance with and Out-trip is a great day or overnight program. Make it as easy (pack out garbage from an Outpost campsite) or as complex (replace a bridge) as your group can handle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                    
                                                                                                  

          

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