Official opening of Gus Stahlmann Trail

September 30, 2011

Arts, Sport, Heritage & Culture

Yesterday we officially opened Guelph’s leg of the Trans Canada Trail. The portion running from Eramosa to Woodlawn has been named the Gus Stahlmann Trail after Guelph’s longest-serving Director of Community Services.

Here’s a map of the trail. It follows the Guelph Junction Railway corridor. Dan Andrews of the Trans Canada Trail spoke at the opening and he called it “the most successful example of a rail with trails project in Ontario.”

Read more here.

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