The winter season is here so please follow the following guideline

Please do not travel on the trail with in four hours of grooming and when the temperature is above -5 degrees Celsius when riding an allowed Off highway Vehicle other than a Snowmobile.

NOTE: To all trail users, this is a Multi-Use Trail Please Obey all Signs, Respect all users and remember Wheels and Tracks Yield to Heels.

THE GATES ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE WINTER SEASON.
THE TRAIL SOCIETY ASKS ALL MOTORIZED USERS TO PLEASE TO USE CAUTION ON THE TRAIL AS THERE ARE USERS FROM ALL GROUPS.
PLEASE REPORT ANY DAMAGE AND PROBLEM AREAS TO THE CHIEF TRAIL WARDEN AT THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESS: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN THIS MATTER.

The Annapolis County Trails Society


The Annapolis Trail Society Directors meet the Fourth Thursday of each month at the Municipal Building  in Lawrencetown at 7:30PM.

Anyone is welcome to attend


The  Nova Scotia Trail Patrol is now patrolling the the rail corridor on a regular basis in partner ship with DNR and the RCMP.

Finished Trail and gate locations



More Maps to follow as trail construction continues.

 

 

 

 

 

Prime Minister Harper announcing 25 million for Trans Canada Trail construction. This announcement was made on the MULTI-USE trail constructed and managed by the Annapolis County Trail Society. The various user groups of the trail which are comprised of Hikers, Cross Country Skiers, Bikers, Horse Back Riders and Drivers, ATV Operators, Off Road Motorcycle Operators and Snowmobiles are shown in the following pictures-

Views of the Annapolis River

Trail Washout East Paradise November 19, 2008

Pictures-Trail Brickton to Kings County Line

Trail Construction Brickton to Wilmot

Between the Bridges - Clementsport

Team membersAnnapolis County Trail Society Members Present
From left: Bob Wright, Bill Bishop, Prime Minister, Al Worthen, Dianne Currie and James Frank President
The Annapolis Valley Trails Coalition was proud to have been chosen to aid in the logistics of the Prime Minister's visit and to have been chosen as the venue for the Announcement of the Federal Government's $25 million Trails Infrastructure announcement of it's contribution to match Funding from the Canadian Trails Coalition.

On a very exciting note, in this video you will see Prime Minister Harper arriving at the trail in Wilmot, this was his first time driving a snowmobile, also in an even bigger first for a trail group in the Valley, you will see James Franks presenting Prime Minister Harper with his lifetime Membership to the Annapolis County Trails Society, which was graciously accepted. Video Nova News Now.com

The event had representation from ATVANS, SANS, NSORRA, Hike Nova Scotia, The Canadian Trails Coalition, the Annapolis Valley Trails Coalition, Annapolis County Trails Society, Nova Scotia Trails Federation, as well as walkers, dogs, horses, skiers,  trail groomer and snowshoers.

The event truly reflected what makes Nova Scotia a leading venue in Outdoor Recreation, with the Trans Canada Trail as the backdrop and snow falling crisply we were able to show off to Canada what we live everyday without taking for granted.

A great time was had by all and the Prime Minister and his numerous support staff and officials said that it was one of the better managed and enjoyed events and locations they had worked on in years. The media were ushered in on the Trans Canada Trail on a team of draft horses and sleigh.