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Fanshawe Lake Trails / Fanshawe Conservation Area

When:
Saturday, September 4, 2021, 9:00 AM
Where:
Fanshawe Conservation Area
1424 Clarke Rd
London, ON  

Canada
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Louise Gibson
Category:
Hiking
Registration is required before Friday, September 3, 2021 at 11:59 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
IMPORTANT: All participants MUST pre-register for event, by midnight the night before; due to Covid-19 drop-ins/guests are not permitted.

Be aware of the Public Health guidance relative to your own vaccination status and make your personal choices accordingly. For those who are more at risk of the virus, be aware that some participants at LOC events may not be fully vaccinated.

Be respectful of other member’s Covid-19 management decisions and protective steps. If they are trying to maintain 2m distance, please help them achieve that.

Don’t participate if you have ANY symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in recent contact with someone who has Covid-19.
Capacity:
10
Available Slots:
1
No Fee
Event Description Fanshawe Lake Trails/ Fanshawe Conservation Area

A 20 km loop trail travelling around Fanshawe Reservoir. Spectacular views, all kinds of wildlife and a variety of terrain.

Trail is open to cyclists who travel counter-clockwise on odd numbered dates.

The hydroelectric plant at the base of Fanshawe Dam generates enough power to run 300 households.


(This is one of the two test hikes required for anyone considering the Bruce Trail hikes.)

Event Start Time 9:00 a.m.

Parking info:  After going through the Fanshawe Conservation Area gate house please continue driving over the Dam to the day use parking beside the washrooms at the Kinsmen picnic area. This is near the Pioneer Village and the Children's Safety Village. 

(Pls arrive 15 mins before hike for instructions and introductions.)
Level Moderate - difficult
Distance 20 km
Pace 3.5 km/hr
Duration 7 1/2 hours
Costs
Money is Required For:

The vehicle day use pass costs
$14.00

Required Items to Bring snack, lunch, water,
hiking boots, hiking poles

hand sanitizer, mask
Recommended to Bring bug spray
Current Conditions Participants Should Be Prepared For:
ticks
Important If you register and are then unable to attend, please cancel your registration on the website, even if at the last minute.