Sunday 2015 April 12
Hike leader: Howard Gibson
Long Sault Conservation Area is located north of Bowmanville. It is part of the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority.
Pay and Display Parking is in effect at a cost of $5 per vehicle per day. Last year, this turned out to be a machine that accepted only coins. Bring five bucks change. This is another good reason to carpool.
We meet at 11:15am.
The hike will be around twelve kilometers, with a some hills. The pace will be moderate.
As of 2015Mar26, the website reports signs of black bear. We should be safe in a noisy group. Don't wander off alone. If you see a bear, don't approach it. Do not run away. You will trigger the bear's instinct to chase. Bring a telephoto lens.
Be safe in bear country.
Is anybody familiar with bars in Bowmanville?
I propose Maddy's Pub & Restaurant at 7 Division Street, Bowmanville.
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