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Fanshawe Lake Trail / Fanshawe Conservation Area

When:
Saturday, April 27, 2019, 7:45 AM
Where:
402 Esso Truck Stop
5906 Oil Heritage Road
Wyoming, ON  

Canada
Contact:
John De Veer
(519) 542-9985
Category:
Hiking
Registration is required
Non-Members: To determine if our club is a good fit for you before joining, we welcome you to try out up to 3 events. Please contact event leader in advance to advise attendance.
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EVENT DETAILS KEY INFORMATION
Event Description Fanshawe Lake Trails/ Fanshawe Conservation Area
A 20 km loop trail travelling around Fanshawe Reservoir. Spectacular views, all kinds of wildlife and a variety of terrain. Trail is open to cyclists who travel counter-clockwise on odd numbered dates.

(This is one of the two test hikes required for anyone considering the Bruce Trail hikes.)

Meeting Place
Location: 402 Esso Truck Stop
         59006 Oil Heritage Rd
         Wyoming, On
Departure Time:  7:45 am
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time for check-in and other information.
Leader Cell Phone
519-328-9985
Event Start Time 9:00 am at Fanshawe Conservation Area
                  1424 Clarke Road

                   London, On
         

LOC will be parking at the parking lot just prior to the Conservation entrance - 1424 Clarke Rd

Level Difficult
Distance 20 km
Pace 3.5 km/hr
Duration 6 hours
Costs
Money is Required For:
Park entrance fee $14.00 per vehicle waived as park opening May 1
Suggested car pooling donation $10.00
Required Items to Bring Snack, lots of water, lunch
Recommended to Bring Hiking boots or excellent walking shoes
hiking poles recommended 
plastic bag with socks and shoes for ride home
raingear

Current Conditions  Participants Should Be Prepared For:
possible wet trail - crosses two creeks