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Hike CRCA challenge coming September 2017

ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?

Step Into Nature at a CRCA Conservation Area! We are challenging you, your family and friends to hike CRCA trails for a chance to win some awesome prizes. The #HikeCRCA challenge starts on September 1, 2017 and runs until October 31, 2017. Follow the rules below and enter to win some great prizes! Grand Prize package: $100 gift card to Atmosphere, CRCA Annual Pass, $20 gift card and water bottle from Trailhead Kingston, and an air lounger. We will also be drawing for four CRCA Annual Passes.

One - map
two - photos
three - form

HIKE CRCA TRAILS

Hike the designated “challenge trail” at each of our Conservation Areas and one “designated section” of the Cataraqui Trail and find the special challenge sign with the #HikeCRCA logo. See the list of Conservation Areas and designated trails below.

POST A PHOTO ONLINE

Take a selfie with each of our challenge signs and post it to social media – Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Your post must include the hashtag #HikeCRCA, #HealthyHikes and your location – the Conservation Area you are in.

ENTER TO WIN

Hike the eight locations at our Conservation Areas and at least one location on the Cataraqui Trail then fill out the challenge form to enter the grand prize draw.

Challenge Trails - Click the tabs below to find the designated trail at each Conservation Area

Gould Lake Challenge Trail – #2 Mine Loop

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Mine Loop  is 2.2km, wilderness trail, moderate, with some harder steep/rugged sections to the north.

From the Beach Area – to get to Trail 2 walk past the washrooms and follow Trail 1 to the right for 452 M

Lemoine Point Challenge Trail – Trail #2

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Trail 2 is 2 km, easy terrain.

From the South Parking lot – to get to trail 2 walk north on Trail 5 for 841 M
From the east end of the North Parking lot – to get to Trail 2 walk south on Trail 4 for 151 M

Little Cataraqui Creek Challenge Trail – #5 Chickadee Lane

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Trail 5 – Chickadee Lane is just under 1 km, easy terrain.

From the Outdoor Centre – Cross the boardwalk at the back of the Ourdoor Centre and Trail 5 is to the left
From the parking lot by the warming huts/reservoir – head down the service road for 230 M, Trail 5 is to the left

Lyn Valley Challenge Trail – Trail #1

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Trail 1 is 837 M long, easy terrain.

Mac Johnson Challenge Trail – #3 Old Woods Trail

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Trail 3 the Old Woods Trail is 1.83 km, easy terrain.

From the Debruge Rd. parking lot – follow Trail 1 out of the parking lot and take the first right past the Nature Centre. It is about 787 M (via Trail 1 & 2, keep straight) to get to Trail 3

From the Centennial Rd. parking lot – it is approx. 2.5 KM (via the north sections of Trail 5 & 4) to get to Trail 3

Marble Rock Challenge Trail – West Side of Blue Trail South Loop

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The full South Loop is 5.75 KM. The Challenge sign is located on the West (left) side of the loop.
Wilderness trail, moderate/hard, steep and rugged sections.

Marshlands Challenge Trail – Section South before Bath Road

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The south section of Marshlands Rideau Trail is 2.9 KM, easy terrain.
The full Marshlands – Rideau Trail section is 5.16 KM, easy terrain. The Helen A. Henderson Loop is 1.73 KM, easy terrain.

Parrott’s Bay Challenge Trail – Trail #4

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Trail 4 is 884 M, easy terrain.

It is 1.7 KM from the main entrance on Bath Rd. to Trail 4, easy terrain. (Trail 1, left onto Trail 2, right onto Trail 3, right at the bridge to Trail 4)
It is 2.55 KM from the Bayview Dr. parking to Trail 4, easy terrain. (Full length of Trail 6, keep left after the bridge onto Trail 5, keep left onto Trail 4)

Cataraqui Trail Challenge Sections: Strathcona to Camden East, Harrowsmith to Sydenham, Chaffey’s Lock to Hwy. 15 (Elgin), Lombardy to Smiths Falls.

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Strathcona to Camden East is 7.10 KM, easy terrain.
Harrowsmith to Sydenham is 6.55 KM, easy terrain.
Chaffey’s Lock to Hwy. 15 (Elgin) is 7.5 KM, easy terrain.
Lombardy to Smiths Falls is 9 KM, easy terrain.
The Cataraqui Trail end to end is 104 KM.

Eligibility
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Employees of the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority and their immediate family, members of the Cataraqui Trail Management Board, Friends Groups and Conservation Foundation are not eligible for the challenge. By entering the challenge, the entrant consents to the release of his/her name. The entrant declares to have complied with the challenge rules.

Contest Period
All entries must be submitted between September 1 and October 31, 2017. The contest opens 8:00 am on September 1 and closes October 31 at 8:00 pm.

Grand Prize
The grand prize is not refundable nor transferable. Documents once issued in the name of the winner are not transferable or refundable. Prize must be accepted as awarded and no cash equivalent is available. A random draw will be executed by the CRCA for the grand prize from all eligible entries received before the closing date. The prize winner will be contact via email or phone. After three attempts to notify the winner without success another draw will take place.

Photos
The CRCA reserves the right to use shared photos/visuals in post-contest materials without notification of the entrant.

Thank you to our prize sponsors!

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