The Kortright Centre features 800 acres of forests, meadows, streams, ponds, marsh and river habitats and abundant wildlife. The forested area has several designated trails for all levels of walking enthusiasts. The Humber River, which flows through the property, was recently designated a Canadian Heritage River.
Each year many groups enjoy a variety of informative nature programs such as feeding winter birds, making maple syrup, taking a wildflower walk, a fall colour stroll, or participating in a custom-designed program. There is a Visitor Centre at the forest edge. Kortright nature interpreters are available to lead a fascinating indoor presentation, or guide an outdoor nature walk.
Information provided by the York Region website
Directions: Pine Valley Dr. and Rutherford Rd.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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