Rattlesnake Traverse and MEC Grand Opening

Rattlesnake Traverse and MEC Grand Opening

On April 14th, join the Active Days community on a Traverse from Rattlesnake Point to Crawford Lake and help us celebrate the grand opening of MEC’s new store at 300 Queen West!

The Bruce Trail is the one of the longest and oldest marked trails in Canada and follows the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. Rattlesnake Point is one of the many conservation areas that the Bruce Trail winds its way through. With towering limestone cliffs, Rattlesnake Point offers some of the most inspiring scenic views at one of the 5 breathtaking lookouts. Travel from Rattlesnake to Crawford Lake on a 14km trail that takes you along the edge of limestone cliffs, through the Lowville Valley, and Nassagaweya Canyon.

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Finish the day off at MEC’s new Flagship store at 300 Queen West! Come and learn new skills at one of the clinics, listen to the music spun by local DJ’s, or grab a cup of coffee and check out their large assortment of outdoor gear!

The day’s schedule is as follows:
10:00am - Depart Mountain Equipment Coop *NEW STORE LOCATION - 300 Queen St West
11:00am - Arrive at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
11:15am - 1:00pm - Hike the Nassagaweya Canyon Trail to Crawford Lake
1:00pm - 1:30pm - LUNCH. Lunch is not provided. Please pack yourself something delicious to have on the trail.
1:30pm - 3:00pm - Hiking in and around Crawford Lake
3:00pm - Return to Toronto.
4:15pm onward - Hang out at MEC and enjoy the opening weekend festivities.

WHAT TO BRING

Lunch: Lunch is not provided
Comfortable footwear- Please wear something you can hike in and that will keep you dry!
Water (at least 1.5L)
Medications
Weather appropriate clothing- We recommend layering up!
Camera
Whatever else you need to have fun on the trail :)

To learn more about the trip and to purchase your tickets visit our website!

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