• Essential Stats

    Total KM of Trails:18
    # Trails1
    Skate Skiing:Yes
    Classic Skiing:Yes
       

    The Chelsea Winter Trail began in 2004 as a place for local residents to ski, snowshoe, run, walk, and overlook the beautiful Gatineau River. The trail spans about 18km, linking the neighbourhoods of Chelsea Village, Tenaga, Gleneagle, Kirks Ferry, Larrimac, Burnett, Cascades and Farmpoint along the old steam train line. The Trail has continued with municipal support as well as the efforts of many volunteers. It is not only a place for outdoor activity but also community involvement.

    Currently the trail is only open in the Winter months, but may be turning into an all year thing!

    How you can help:

    The Municipality contributes to the maintenance and tracking cost but we need contributions from people who love the trail if we want to keep it open, year after year. To help secure the future of the winter trail project along the Chelsea railway right-of-way please contribute to the Chelsea Winter Community Trail Fund. All contributions will go directly to the cost of trail maintenance and operation. (via)

     

    Chelsea Trail Map, Photo: Municipality of Chelsea

    For more information concerning the Chelsea Winter Trail Map, go to the Chelsea Community Winter Trail page on the Municipality of Chelsea site.

  • Essential Stats

    Total KM of Trails:18
    # Trails1
    Skate Skiing:Yes
    Classic Skiing:Yes
       

    The Chelsea Winter Trail began in 2004 as a place for local residents to ski, snowshoe, run, walk, and overlook the beautiful Gatineau River. The trail spans about 18km, linking the neighbourhoods of Chelsea Village, Tenaga, Gleneagle, Kirks Ferry, Larrimac, Burnett, Cascades and Farmpoint along the old steam train line. The Trail has continued with municipal support as well as the efforts of many volunteers. It is not only a place for outdoor activity but also community involvement.

    Currently the trail is only open in the Winter months, but may be turning into an all year thing!

    How you can help:

    The Municipality contributes to the maintenance and tracking cost but we need contributions from people who love the trail if we want to keep it open, year after year. To help secure the future of the winter trail project along the Chelsea railway right-of-way please contribute to the Chelsea Winter Community Trail Fund. All contributions will go directly to the cost of trail maintenance and operation. (via)

     

    Chelsea Trail Map, Photo: Municipality of Chelsea

    For more information concerning the Chelsea Winter Trail Map, go to the Chelsea Community Winter Trail page on the Municipality of Chelsea site.

  • Essential Stats

    Total KM of Trails:18
    # Trails1
    Skate Skiing:Yes
    Classic Skiing:Yes
       

    The Chelsea Winter Trail began in 2004 as a place for local residents to ski, snowshoe, run, walk, and overlook the beautiful Gatineau River. The trail spans about 18km, linking the neighbourhoods of Chelsea Village, Tenaga, Gleneagle, Kirks Ferry, Larrimac, Burnett, Cascades and Farmpoint along the old steam train line. The Trail has continued with municipal support as well as the efforts of many volunteers. It is not only a place for outdoor activity but also community involvement.

    Currently the trail is only open in the Winter months, but may be turning into an all year thing!

    How you can help:

    The Municipality contributes to the maintenance and tracking cost but we need contributions from people who love the trail if we want to keep it open, year after year. To help secure the future of the winter trail project along the Chelsea railway right-of-way please contribute to the Chelsea Winter Community Trail Fund. All contributions will go directly to the cost of trail maintenance and operation. (via)

     

    Chelsea Trail Map, Photo: Municipality of Chelsea

    For more information concerning the Chelsea Winter Trail Map, go to the Chelsea Community Winter Trail page on the Municipality of Chelsea site.