Corporate Trail Leaders
Chelsea TrailsSCT is a community based, not-for-profit group dedicated to the preservation and creation of a green trail network linking the village centre, schools and community centres to neighbourhoods and to the natural assets of Gatineau Park and the Gatineau River.
Category Archives: Members & Volunteers
The Community Winter Trail is up and running for 12th ski season. There will now be close to 21 kilometres of groomed trail reaching from the Morrison Quarry in the north, to chemin Wallace in the south. For this year, … Continue reading
A dozen volunteers from Chelsea Trails spent 90 hours this fall building a small bridge across a creek on the municipal trail in the Route 105 – Pine Road area. The work was done during three Saturday morning work bees, … Continue reading
Sentiers Chelsea Trails (SCT) is a not-for-profit organization registered as a charity with CRA. It was created by Chelsea residents to protect and improve the network of non-motorized trails linking neighbourhoods and offering residents an attractive and safe means to … Continue reading
Rebook for next week, Sunday October 22. Due to the super rainy forecast for Sunday, we are postponing our hike on Chelsea Park’s new trail this weekend and moving it until next Sunday. Same time & same place.
Join us on a guided walk of Chelsea’s newest trail. Annual Chelsea Trails Hike: Sunday, 15 October, 10h, École du Grand-Boisé
Residents have been working on connecting the neighbourhoods of Chelsea Park for the past few years. Come and see what has been accomplished! Board member and leader of the effort, Marc Desjardins, will facilitate the hike from Grand-Boise, showing us … Continue reading
Track removal begins next week. The municipality of Chelsea is going ahead with a first phase of work to remove the rails and the wooden ties in the weeks ahead. For more information on the rail dismantling work see the … Continue reading
Chelsea Trails proudly announces the near completion of the Belle Terre Trail connecting with chemin du Manoir and Belle Terre. We would like to thank the landowners who have graciously allowed access to the trails across their land. There are several … Continue reading