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: Work Bees
The trail building in the area encircled by Old Chelsea, the 105, and Scott is a good example of the spirit and vision of Chelsea Trails. This ‘triangle’ contains two elementary school, the Meredith Centre, and many homes and municipal … Continue reading
More than 33 volunteers in six teams worked along 18 kilometers of the Chelsea railway corridor on Saturday to prepare the winter community trail for skiing and other outdoor recreation activities.
Time Again to Get Ready for Winter along the Rail Corridor – a Call for Volunteers! Snow is not too far away! And once it comes, the rail corridor will transform, as it has for the past 10 years, into … Continue reading
What’s that noise coming from the railway tracks last weekend? Brush clearing on the railway work bee, Sat. 31 October, 2015
It’s the sound of volunteers clearing the trail with bushcutters to make ready for Rob Lafleur’s groomers – for yet another wonderful winter of beautiful skiing on the tracks. Alain Piche of Chelsea Trails is organizing 3 weekend workbees along … Continue reading
SCT needs some helping hands! Partner Work with NCC on trail behind Protestant Cemetery in Old Chelsea, 17-17 & 24-25 October, 2015
This October, Sentiers Chelsea Trails (SCT) will be partnering with the National Capital Commission (NCC) on a project to rehabilitate trails and to undertake habitat restoration between the village centre and the Chelsea Creek ravine. The work complements the new bridge connecting … Continue reading
Work continues on the municipal trail near chemin Des Pommiers. Volunteers are seen here constructing boardwalks over wet areas. The Municipality of Chelsea provides tools and materials and Chelsea Trails volunteers provide labour. This trail now stretches from Route 105 … Continue reading