2018 The Escarpment Projects
For 2018 The Escarpment Project locations continue to grow and are all happening on the same day, Earth Day, Sunday, April 22nd at 10am.
These locations offer something for everyone – From fun, rugged terrain to easy-to-manoeuvre paved trails. With the diversity of these locations more people can join in on the fun and help build and strengthen the communities in which they live and play.
Your chance to Get Involved!
The Escarpment Project welcomes volunteers and you are officially invited to GET INVOLVED! for the annual clean up. Since you are interested in helping out you can Get Involved with the 2018 Escarpment Project at one of our locations. Let us know if you are interested in volunteering by filling out the handy form to the right and just show up to your favourite location on clean-up day.
The Escarpment Project is continually expanding the number of clean-up sites each year. In the Spring of 2012 it began with Devil’s Punchbowl, followed by Albion and Buttermilk Falls in midsummer. The following spring saw the addition of new locations; Chedoke Radial Trail, Stairs & Falls area, Kenilworth Rail Trail & Stairs, Felkers Falls and Ancaster Creek at Powers Crossing in Dundas. In 2014 two new locations were added; Wentworth Stairs & Access Trails, as well as the Bruce Trail in Dundas near Sydenham Falls. In 2015 we added a location on the Red Hill Valley Trail at the King St and Lawrence area. We are constantly on the lookout for new locations as we expand our clean-up across the escarpment. If you have any suggestions for an area feel free to pass the location along to us for consideration for our next clean-up initiative. Please also send photos of the area.