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The Bridge Embankment

Posted September 13, 2012 by WCC Administrator

Earlier in the Summer the connection between the Landfill and Petersburg portions of the trail system was changed form a single two-way trail to two much safer separate one-way paths. To do this we had to install a new bridge over the canal. This is a wonderful bridge, but it took an awful lot of work […]

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WCC Trails Wildlife

Posted July 24, 2012 by WCC Administrator

The WCC Trails are a very unique and precious nature oasis, less than a kilometer away from the latest city sprawl explosion. Thanks to being sheltered by the Landfill barrier, a great variety of beautiful old trees, ponds, swamps and meadows managed to survive and offer a home for a teaming wildlife. Since the animals […]

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Exciting Trail happenings of late…

Posted July 3, 2012 by WCC Administrator

On Canada Day the Frankenstein got a new exciting berm. With it the old persistent front-wheel-catching mud hole is gone; making the down swooping left turn much smoother/faster.  The water collecting problem is solved with a channel and a culvert. The full appreciation of the improvement will only be possible after some rain solidifies the […]

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Thank you volunteers!

Posted June 25, 2012 by WCC Administrator

One more impressive trail project got completed thanks to the dedicated volunteers. This vas a huge task that took countless hours of coming up with an way to squeeze a new trail in a very limited space, building and transporting an intricate bridges, and doing quite a bit of preparation work to make everything ready for the final crew. As […]

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Trail Day – Saturday June 23rd

Posted June 15, 2012 by WCC Administrator

The Hydrocut’s cycling traffic is on a steady increase. This is very obvious from the numbers of cars in the parking lot and confirmed with the data from our trail counters. The one-way trail system is the only reason the trails still don’t feel too crowed. The few remaining two-way sections are on the list to […]

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