Kìchì Sìbì Winter Trail Announcement: please help spread the word!
NOW OPEN!! The Scott Street Connector at Tunney’s Pasture!
It is with great pleasure that the Kìchì Sìbì Winter Trail Team can at last announce the opening of its new Scott St. Connector.
This newest groomed addition to the winter trail network is located along the tree-lined western edge of the Tunney’s Pasture site, and establishes a new formal trail access point near the corner of Scott St. and Sir Frederick Banting Driveway. This new trailhead is within easy reach of the neighbourhoods immediately to the south of Scott St, as well as to the Tunney’s LRT station.
Winter Trail users (walkers, skiers, winter bikers) can park in the NW corner, or the SW corner, of the Tunney’s Pasture parking lots any time after 3pm on weekdays, and all day on Saturday & Sunday, except during snow clearance operations.
Should you wish to learn more about the Kìchì Sìbì Winter Trail or how to support it, please visit www.wintertrail.ca. ICYMI, donations are tax deductible.
A special thanks goes out to the Tunney’s Pasture site maintenance team, our local Member of Parliament (Yasir Naqvi), Member of Provincial Parliament (Joel Harden), and our very own City Councillor (Jeff Leiper), as well as neighbours living along this new route. A very special thanks also goes to Mother Nature for her recent contribution of snow and cold temperatures.
Groomer Dave (@KichiSibiWT) sends his very best wishes to all and encourages everyone to get out there and to safely enjoy the trails!
Scott St Connector Route Map
Photos of Dave and the riding MP and MPP
Photos of the trail in use