Take an easy walk along the Minden Whitewater Preserve. You will find members of the 1129 Haliburton Army Cadets at stations along the trail demonstrating various outdoor survival techniques including improvised shelters, fire starting, signal fires and other survival skills. Suitable for adults, teens and children 10+. Dog friendly ‐ on leash
HIKE #: 97
DATE: Sunday, September 22
START TIME: 10:00 am
DURATION: 1.5 hours, 3km
LOCATION: Minden Whitewater Preserve. 1020 Bethel Rd. Meet at AO Boatwerks Paddling School
MAXIMUM # 20
AMENITIES: Parking , washrooms, shelter
LEADER: Stuart Humphries and members of the 1129 Haliburton Army Cadet Corp.
LEADER BIO: Stuart Humphries is a youth leader with Cadets Canada and a local resident of Haliburton County. Stuart has a keen interest in outdoor adventure skills, youth development and youth leadership, joining these as part of the Cadets Canada mission and curriculum. Haliburton Army Cadets consists of youth from the Haliburton and Bancroft area. The 1129 Army Cadets is part of Cadets Canada, a national program for young Canadians aged 12 to 18 who are interested in participating in a variety of fun, challenging and rewarding activities while learning about the Sea, Army and Air activities of the Canadian Armed Forces.
DIRECTIONS: From Minden take Hwy 35 to the north end of town, past the County Rd 21 turn off until Hwy 35 crosses a bridge. Immediately afterwards turn right onto County Rd 20 (Horseshoe Lake Rd.). Follow County Rd 20 to Minden Whitewater Preserve. Drive further to Bethel Rd.; turn right and cross bridge to the entrance of the AO Boatwerks. GPS coordinates: N 44.9420, W 78.7098
Sunday, September 22, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Venue: Minden Whitewater Preserve