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Walking Along The Kate Pace Way!

When we went to decide which trail to visit, the person that I was going with suggested the Kate Pace Way pathway. We had biked along this pathway in summer 2020, but we had never walked it before, so it would be nice to get to experience this trail at a much slower pace.......

The Stepping Stones Trails

Every year for my birthday, I like to do something fun with my family and friends. In recent years I’ve tried to do some sort of outdoor activity. So for my birthday in December 2020 I decided that we would go hiking along the Stepping Stones Trails and see what they were all about.......

A New Winter Multi-Use Trail To Enjoy

I always enjoy visiting Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park anytime of the year, even during winter! So I was pleasantly surprised to learn recently that the Canadian Ecology Centre and Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park had been working together to create a new groomed Multi-Use Trail through the park this winter.......

Exploring Driftwood Provincial Park!

Driftwood provincial Park is located along the Ottawa River and Highway 17, just north west of Deep River, in the Upper Ottawa Valley area of Ontario. Surprisingly enough, even though the park is located only about a 45 minute drive from where I live, I have never really explored Driftwood before.......

Riding 300km To Raise Funds For Kids Cancer Research!

Through the month of August 2020 I participated in the Great Cycle Challenge Canada! I had never heard about this event before until earlier this spring when an advertisement for the Great Cycle Challenge popped up on social media. It sounded like a great event, for a very good cause, and I love to ride my bike, so I checked out the website to learn more about it.......

The Canoe Guy Story

I spend a lot of time at Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park, as many of you already know. In recent years I’ve done mostly day trips to the park. One of the things I enjoy to do there at the end of the day before I head home, is to walk around the campgrounds and campsites. Usually a walk around the Jingwakoki Campground and then over to the Babawasse Campground. I always try to make sure that I end up at the Babawasse Boat Launch around sunset.......