A crew will be on trail in Crawford Lake removing trees due to the Emerald Ash Borer. None of the trails will be officially closed at Crawford Lake as the crews will be watching for pedestrians, and allowing people to pass when it is safe to do so. This project will take place over 4-5 weeks.
Due to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), a crew will be starting work removing affected trees on the trail network, beginning Monday, January 7 at 8:00 am. Work will commence on the main access trail. Trail users can still access the park from the Walkers Line entrance in the meantime. A section of the Bruce trail will also be disrupted. This project is expected to take upwards of three weeks.
January 21, UPDATE - Work continues on the trail system at Mount Nemo. The crew is finishing up on the North Trail Loop. The trail continues to be open.
Starting Monday January 21st, a contractor will begin work at the Kelso Summit to remove ash trees due to the EAB. They will start from the main parking lot and continue north, beginning with the Bruce Trail double track section. The project will expand throughout the entire trail system, likely spanning over the next 8 weeks. The trails remain open A section of the Bruce Trail will be affected.