LATEST NEWS & INFORMATION
If you’re looking for more fresh air and feeling good, volunteer and join us!
If you want one of those amazing t-shirts … visit Wellington Market before it closes for the season and pick one up for $30.
Shirts will be available by mail once the market closes. Details, sizes, pricing, etc. can be found on our Buy T-shirt page
Looking at the Trail Jam pictures and the après-event pictures, and seeing all those happy faces, it’s a safe bet that next year’s Trail Jam is probably going to be even bigger!
Click here to see some of the days’ highlights.
PEC Trails Committee member, Rob Legge rides and rides and rides. If you were on the trail in Consecon around Christmas 2022, you might have seen him passing the recently completed kiosk or crossing the bridge.
He’ll be missing for a while, but we will all be cheering him on when he competes in an international race in Europe. Go Rob!
Full details in the Picton Gazette – click here
Members of the Prince Edward SXS/ATV Riders donate funds from their Poker Run event on the Millennium Trail to the PEC Trails Committee to support Trail maintenance and to the PEC Hospital’s “Back the Build” program.
Read the full story at Quinte News
Members of the Prince Edward SidexSide/ATV Riders group took to the Millennium Trail this weekend to conduct some volunteer brushing and garbage collection. Trail usage concerns, commercial and otherwise, has been brought before council in recent weeks. (Facebook photo via Picton Gazette))
After what has apparently been the slowest start to turtle nesting season in the last decade, turtles are back on the move to do some serious nesting from now until mid-July. Please keep a lookout for them on the trail and on the road so that you don’t hit them, especially near wetland areas.
Every species of turtle in Ontario is a Species at Risk – let’s try to help them along!
This one fell through the cracks of the ‘tell us what happened and we’ll post it on our web site’.
But better six months late than never, here’s Rotary in September 2022 stepping up to create more value for the trail and promote literacy
September 2, 2022 – The Wellington Rotary Club had an official opening of the Story Book Walk at the Millennium Trail, led by Rotarian Linda Donville, and constructed by Rotarian Ted Nash.
More from the Wellington Times here
What better than this for your weekend?
These volunteers planted 260 trees along the Trail between Belleville Street and Conley Road this weekend. Thank you!!
Fine collaborative effort by PEC Trails committee members resulted in the creation of a tri-fold brochure for the trail. Packed with images and useful information, as well as a full trail map these brochures will soon be available at selected on-trail wineries and local tourism/cycle businesses.
To download a printable brochure [2-page PDF], click here.