There will be a presentation of the Ancient Portage Trails Project on Wednesday, February 12th at the NBCC on UNB Campus in Fredericton. The presentation is free and begins at 6:30pm. Come out and learn about the work that has been done to restore these historic portage routes. Discover the location of these trails so that you can access them for your own hiking and paddling adventures!
Last Edit: Feb 10, 2014 15:34:51 GMT -5 by kayakher
It is unfortunate that you had interest but were unable to attend.
You are right, I should have posted on here earlier but since I am not on this site very often I didn't think to do it sooner. I did manage to get an article in the paper about the event, and I posted it all over Facebook, and sent it by email to the local paddling club.
As for CKNB, their website is not up to date but they are working on a new one, hopefully it will be up and running very soon.
If you are a member of Facebook you can check out Tumblehome Paddlers Club and Fundy Paddlers Club, these are two active groups that keep pages updated. If you are not on Facebook then you can check out the webpages for these groups. If you would like to receive information by email you can send me your email address and I will add you to the Tumblehome Club mail outs.
Thanks for your comment.
Last Edit: Feb 17, 2014 21:47:08 GMT -5 by kayakher
Lots of work has been done to research these ancient trails and to restore them but the project is not complete yet. Mapping and marking will need to be done so that the rest of us can find and use these trails. I am sure when the group has more of the project completed they will have something to publish publicly. I assume information will be accessible through the Canoe Kayak NB website when it is complete. Thanks for sharing the MITA website, I will check it out!