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Special Notice - Plan ahead, check for closures, and hike responsibly. See hiking safety tips

Lebanon Mountain Trail Friendship Trail Opening

Bayview Escarpment Nature Reserve, Sydenham

September 22, 2012 from 06:00 AM until 10:00 AM

On September 22nd the Sydenham Club will open the Lebanon Mountain Trail Friendship Trail on the Bruce Trail through the Bayview Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve.

Please join us for the Opening Ceremony and first hikes along this Friendship Trail at 10:00 am.
Two hikes will be offered (7km and 13.5km).


Bayview Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve
St Vincent-Sydenham Townline, between Sideroad 24 & 27.
(Bruce Trail Reference Guide, Ed.27: Map 30, km 54.9)
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A bagged lunch will be provided at the Friendship Trail opening. To register for lunch and a hike, or for more information, contact Jackie Randle at or 905-525-1978. Pre-registration by Monday September 17th is required to receive a complimentary bagged lunch.

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About the Lebanon Mountain Trail:

The Lebanon Mountain Trail (LMT) is the first long-distance hiking trail in Lebanon. It extends from Al- Qbaiyat in the north to Marjaayoun in the south, meandering through or near 75 towns and villages, perched 600 to 2,000 meters above sea level. With a total length 440 km (275 miles), the LMT showcases the natural beauty and cultural wealth of Lebanon's mountains. It is dotted with Roman ruins, temples, mosques, churches and rock-cut monasteries dating back over a thousand years. It offers 3 protected areas, 2 biosphere reserves, 1 World Heritage Site and many Important Bird Areas. The trail is also an economic lifeline as it supports a network of tourism providers and activities in remote mountain areas. Every year more than 50,000 visitors walk on the LMT including Lebanese and foreign hikers. Established in October 2007, the mandate of the LMT Association is to protect and promote the LMT for future generations.

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