Category Archives: Friends of The Hydrocut

Double R Steel

Last Fall’s trail work was mostly about filling in mud holes with gravel. Then the season got wrapped up with some major rerouting of trails through a swampy area, which required much gravel. The 2014 season will start with projects … Continue reading

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Gateman Milloy

The good people from Gateman Milloy just delivered a full big truckload of culverts to our stash in the forest! Using culverts has been proven to be an excellent way to dry out wet areas on the trails. The Gateman … Continue reading

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Fermon Construction

Remember the awfully rutted, bumpy, muddy parking lot at the Glasgow trailhead? And the nearly impassable deep gouge through the gate? It is easy to get spoiled and forget how bad things were in the past. In July of 2013, … Continue reading

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JWS Woodworking & Design Inc.

All the 25 kilometres of the Hydrocut trails are actually packed into a very small area. One of the ways we were able to utilize the limited space so well, was by using many bridges and boardwalks for getting over … Continue reading

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Simpson Print

A big part of Hydrocut’s success comes from how well the whole trail system is laid-out, connected and marked with signs and onsite maps. The Simpson Print has been our kind supplier and donor of all the signage from the very … Continue reading

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King Street Cycles

Way back in 1997 and 1998, Andy, the King Street Cycles‘ owner, was one of the kids that created the first single-track trails in the Hydrocut. Those first shorter incarnations of Adam’s Run and Sweet Street was all that the Hydrocut … Continue reading

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Recognizing The Friends of The Hydrocut

We’ve started a page for recognizing people and companies who make extraordinary contributions to our beloved Hydrocut Trails. The first such donor is our webmaster, the Watsys company. Thanks to them, we have this perfect tool for promoting and organizing the Hydrocut … Continue reading

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