Ontario Trails

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Ontario Trails provides people information about trails that are in a province in Ontario. Trails can be searched by its region, cities, activities and lastly by names. The website does not only help citizens to have good experience in different trails, but also allows people to report existing problems in trails that Ontario Trails have responsibility of in order to provide better service and improve experience for the people who are on the trail. Lastly, the website provides information about what type of business that is undergoing the trails and all the information above include the information about Oak Ridges Trail. Visit a website below for further information.

As a major stakeholder in the development of the Ontario Trails Strategy, the OTC was pleased to see 30 years of hard work represented in this first provincial policy statement for Ontario. We also acknowledge the development of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS) as the lead Ministry for trails in Ontario.

With over 220 economic development, tourism, planning, recreation, park and club organizations, municipalities, conservation areas as members, the OTC is the largest trail association of its type in Canada. We continue to reach out to new stakeholders and create new working groups at the regional level. It supports our goal of making a difference locally, while acting provincially.

OTC Goals :

  • Continue to increase the number, length, variety and accessibility of trails throughout the province
  • Provide government and other public bodies with an informed, credible voice in support of trail interest groups
  • Promote the safe and responsible use of trails
  • Act as a provincial resource centre for trail information
  • Encourage the establishment of the Trillium Trail Network

OTC Background :

The Ontario Trails Council was established in 1988. We started as a coalition of trail user groups such as hikers, cyclists, snowmobilers and equestrians who shared an interest in trails and in the conservation of abandoned rail lines for use as trails.

Visit a website below for further information about OTC.

http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/

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