understood, so you are near the lower humber. the entrance to the start of the trails is not to far east from you near the one of the many humber river bridges. there are bicycle routes leading to (and over) those bridges.
the torba lower humber rep is Graham (and he does lead rides).
i'm the torba rep for the upper humber, though i do sit on other committees that participate in the below tasks in relation to the humber river (watershed).
-participate in the development of a regional report card that
addresses the sustainability of communities
-assist with initiatives that further TRCA’s sustainable communities
objective such as near urban agriculture
-assist with habitat regeneration, stewardship and recreational
activities in the watershed
-assist with identification, protection, celebration and promotion of cultural and heritage values in the Humber River watershed and
assist with fundraising for priority projects and community capacity building.
i will be hosting a ride shortly in the upper humber watershed. the humber has some pretty cool areas and connections of trails. some of these trail connections actually go back 7000 thousand years (or longer) along the historical path of the river.
Last edited by singlesprocket; 09-21-2013 at 01:03 AM.
bolton trail info
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