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Passport to Nature: Cycling Sundial Creek

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Couchiching Beach Park

Centennial Drive

Orillia, L3V 7T5

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Learn about Sundial Creek and its important watershed role as you cycle along its nearby trails.

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Grab your bike and join a guided cycling tour of an important watershed within the City of Orillia. You will learn about a hidden gem in our community – Sundial Creek. Discover why this rare cold water stream, a spawning ground for brook trout and a refuge from the urban landscape for many species, needs to be protected and restored.

This will be a leisurely 15-20 km bike ride, beginning at Couchiching Beach Park. We will explore the flow of Sundial Creek, making stops at Grant Wetland Nature Reserve and Wilson’s Point Wetland. The route will take us through neighbourhood streets and along the Lightfoot and Millennial trails.


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Couchiching Beach Park

Centennial Drive

Orillia, L3V 7T5

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Organizer The Couchiching Conservancy

Organizer of Passport to Nature: Cycling Sundial Creek

The Couchiching Conservancy is a local, non-profit land trust dedicated to the protection of natural land in the Couchiching region of central Ontario.  Through the generosity of concerned citizens and in partnership with other organizations, we currently help protect more than 13,500 acres of special natural lands.

We welcome membership, donations, and corporate sponsors to help us achieve our conservation goals.

For more info, call 705-326-1620, email courtney@couchconservancy.ca or visit the website www.couchichingconserv.ca

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