Don't know if this has already been posted here, and if not apologies for the late notice (and hopefully you aware of this from other modalities), but this Saturday 23 March there will be a public meeting to discuss visions for the future of the Kolapore Wilderness Trails. We will have trail users, bike and ski shop owners, board members, reps of the County and MNR, IMBA and lots of other interested parties. Plenty of space still left if you would like to take part. We will be done by 12.30pm so you have the afternoon to go skiing if you want! Lots of snow right now...
Kolapore Wilderness Trails Public Meeting
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Kolapore's 50km of trails are one of the jewels in the crown of Ontario's backcountry recreation and will be celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. Please join us for a public meeting, open to anyone with an interest or stake in the future of the trails, which will help create a long-term vision for the wilderness trails at Kolapore.
Originally cut in the 1970s as cross-country ski trails, the trails were originally managed by a committee loosely affiliated with the University of Toronto Outing Club. In 2011 the committee members transferred responsibility to a new non-profit organization, the Kolapore Wilderness Trails Association (KWTA).
The new organization is now preparing to map out a vision for the future of the Kolapore Trails and the Trails Association, to both meet new challenges and take advantage of new opportunities. We believe we have now reached a turning point in the future of the Kolapore trails, and in order to create this vision, we need your input. Whether you use the trails as a skier, mountainbiker, hiker or in some other way - you have a stake in the future of the trails and we want to hear from you.
What’s your vision for the trails and the Association, and how can we help make it happen?
The event will be professionally facilitated and refreshments will be provided. This is an open meeting, and we expect trail users with a variety of perspectives. KWTA members are particularly invited, but if you know anyone who is interested in the Kolapore Trails, invite them to attend as well.
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