BLT R2T Trail Warden Meeting
The BLT R2T Association will hold a meeting for Trail Wardens on May 25, 2016, in the Board Room, Lakeside Community Centre, 1942 St. Margaret’s Bay Road at 7:00 p.m. All Wardens and anyone who is thinking of becoming a Warden are welcome.
Appeal for New Wardens
If you are a regular user of the trail, you should seriously consider becoming a Trail Warden. Wardens are our Trail Ambassadors.
Once you complete the initial Warden Training Workshop, the role requires little or no time over what you would normally spend on the trail– but the benefits are many. You will immediately be recognized on the Trail as a figure of respect and appreciation. You will also become a part of a great team of volunteers who are keeping the BLT Trail in exceptional condition and giving other users reassurance that the Trail remains a safe, supported, and healthy experience within our community.
Please consider the possibility of becoming a Trail Warden and attend the next Trail Warden’s meeting on May 25, 2016, in the Board Room, Lakeside Community Centre, 1942 St. Margaret’s Bay Road at 7:00 p.m.
The Beechville Lakeside Timberlea Rails to Trails (The BLT Trail) begins in Beechville adjacent the Coca Cola plant in the Lakeside Industrial Park and continues for 13 kilometers terminating at the intersection of the trail with the St Margaret’s Bay Rd. This well maintained trail is level and accessible for cyclists, walkers, and ATV users. It passes several large lakes, a small waterfall, and diverse natural areas, including wetlands.
At the end of the BLT Trail, the trail continues under the management of the St. Margaret’s Bay Area Rails to Trails Committee. The BLT Trail also connects with the Chain of Lakes Trail.