Coureurs Des Bois- Elliot Lake
The Coureurs des Bois Club maintains a blog on a separate website. Open the Coureurs des Bois blog (in a new tab).
For fun fitness and friendship come and join us. Meet at 10:00 am in the Sears parking lot, unless otherwise noted.
Regular Tuesday (easy), Thursday (intermediate) and Saturday (easy) hikes.
PLEASE CONTACT HIKE LEADERS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
For outings bring water, lunch, proper footwear and dress appropriately. Be prepared to sign an Assumption of Risk Agreement. Make sure your fitness level corresponds to the outing level in which you wish to participate
OUTING SCHEDULE: For the latest schedule and photos of outings, check our blog and/or The Elliot Lake Standard – Community Bulletin
Trail Sections We Manage:
Local Place(s) to Purchase Guidebook: Elliot Lake Trading Post, 14 Oakland Blvd., 705-848-840
Also available from our online store.
Local Links of Interest:
Local Club Info:
Coureurs de Bois Voyageur Trail Club Executives:
President – Martin Turner, 705-261-3879, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President – Art Friesen, 705-461-9151, email@example.com
Secretary/Treasurer – Jackie Schuknecht, 416-560-7263, firstname.lastname@example.org
Trailmasters – Ron Tellier, 705-461-8722, email@example.com
There will be continuing logging south of Rossmere Lake, and a new cutting block north of Spanish in the Horseshoe Lake area.Hikers encountering logging activity should use extreme care in using the trail.
Logging companies are required to keep the VTA trail clear of slash or other obstructions. If hikers encounter logging activity obstructions on the trail they should contact the Forest Management Companies, or Bob Sinclair (705-946-3126).
At the A8 Access at Hydro Bay West, please park at the Hydro transmission line, not blocking the road. South of the transmission line is private property, and the roads are gated. Please respect the landowners wishes, no vehicular access is allowed on their private roads. Park at the wye at the transmission line and hike for 1.25 km to the Casque Isles Trail.