We have found the amount of information available about Ontario’s Trails to be astounding. One of the best resources is the Ontario Trails Council. That website is both a user and operator interface. See link below
We have provided some resources, but mostly what we try to do is point you in the right direction.
Looking for other related trail websites that get you out on the trails?
Looking for other related trail websites that get you out on the snow?
Looking for other related trail websites that get you on the water?
Investing in the health, wellbeing, and economic growth of Hastings County benefits all of us.
The development of trails and trails activities bring people from inside and outside the geographic area to visit Hastings County. We hope that the trails will be a gateway to opening people’s eyes to not only the natural beauty of our County, but also local accommodation, restaurants, shopping and services available within the region. Increasing economic activity for these businesses should ultimately bring benefits to the entire community through additional employment, growth and revenue that stays within the County.
The work we do would not be possible without the funders, partners, sponsors and volunteers who support us.
You can’t beat a North Hastings drive — unless you compare it to a North Hastings drive in the fall. There’s something adventurous and wistful about rolling over hills – unsure what you’re going to find. You’re weaving through forests that have been there since long before you, and are sure to be there long after. You’re discovering roads and places less travelled.
Luckily, North Hastings has 14 scenic routes through the north of the county so you can capitalize on the experience without having to plan your day away.
Here is a link your going to want to bookmark, visit the GIS Scenic Routes Mapping System