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KB Trail - rail trail

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Hidden : 10/21/2010
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Cache is located on the Kissing Bridge Trail.

The Kissing Bridge Trailway is a rail trail that runs between Guelph and Millbank. The trail passes through Ariss, West Montrose, Elmira, Wallenstein, Linwood and Millbank. A wonderful journey through rural areas and towns.

The abandoned 45 km stretch of rail line (of which the Kissing Bridge Trail is a section) from Guelph to Millbank was purchased by the Province in 1990 and subsequently leased by the Region in 1997 as a rails to trails conversion project.

The operations of the trailway are coordinated by a volunteer Trailway Advisory Board with representatives from five steward groups consisting of the Elmira Lions Club, the Conestogo-Winterbourne Optimist Club, the Linwood Lions, the Golden Triangle Snowmobile Club, and the Guelph Hiking Trail Club.

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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:40:03 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:40 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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