We will be changing our website around soon and will be bringing a fresh look with new features. To find out about upcoming trail work days check out the MRWA calendar (you can sync it with your own) or our Facebook page or join our […]
This weekend we will be working on a major mucky stretch of “The Attic”, an existing trail that has been formalized with a License Agreement between MRWA and HRM. Our work schedule this weekend is Saturday 8:30 – 12:30 and Monday 8:30 – 12:30. We’ll […]
Our next trail work session is Wednesday August 9th, 4 – 8 pm. You don’t need to commit to the full 4-hour session: join us when you can, for as long as you can. Meet at the Norawarren Drive Park (look for the mailboxes) and walk in along the trail. You’ll find us!
Singletrack Plans, 2017: MRWA will continue working on trail near Herring Cove, opening new loops there in summer. Trail crews will also start work on granite barrens in the Governors Brook area. We need trail builders, of all levels of experience, to move building ahead […]
Join us for our February meeting to talk about trail updates and upcoming fundraising opportunities. Hope to see you at the Captain William Spry Community Centre on Feb 21 at 7pm!
The next few weeks of trail building follow the Thursday, Saturday, & Sunday schedule with a few exceptions. Build days are as follows:
Sunday, Nov 20
Thursday, Nov 24
Saturday, Nov 26
Sunday, Nov 27 (A HIKE/SURVEY DAY. NOT BUILD)*
Thursday, Dec 1
Saturday, Dec 3
Sunday, Dec 4
We meet on Norawarren Drive each build day at 8:30am and work until around 12:30. Come for as much or as little as you are able. Cancelations will be sent out via email and posted to the MRWA Facebook page. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Saturday Nov 27th will be a hike through day. Volunteers and those interested in checking it out will hike the trail alignment from Herring Cove to Governor’s Brook. The hike will be 3-4 hours and cover the entire route that will connect Flat lake to Herring Cove by single track trail. Couple of kilometres will be easy bushwhacking. We will cross the river at the location where the bridge will eventually be built. It is currently a stepping stone crossing with the potential for wet feet.