Celebrating and preserving Dundas Ontario's scenic and utilitarian pathways and trails
Sunday, April 5, 2009
On a marvelous Sunny Sunday, with the temperature hitting 11 degrees celsius, there were lots of people out hiking and riding in Dundas Valley today. Most of the trails, like the Hamilton-Brantford Rail Trail were in perfect condition for such users, but there were muddy spots in the gloomier parts of the forest beneath the hemlocks - as evidenced in the above photo, taken on the Spring Creek Trail.
The mud should pose no problem to hikers properly attired, but cyclists should consider dismounting and walking their bikes through such paths, in the interest of trail maintanence; at least that's what I did.