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Daily Trail conditions in Etobicoke Creek

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    sangerasong
    Participant

    @singleandfixed what is the name of that trail according to TrailForks with the tree down. I might be able to get to it with my cordless chainsaw.

    I’ve almost finished similar work on the Matheson trail.


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    #821478

    sangerasong
    Participant

    Can you locate it roughly using a screen shot on a map, so I don’t have to ride the whole trail with a saw 🙂

    #821479

    singleandfixed
    Participant

    @singleandfixed what is the name of that trail according to TrailForks with the tree down. I might be able to get to it with my cordless chainsaw.

    The name of the trail according to Trailforks is : Etobicoke Creek North ( West side )…The large tree is where the trail runs along the fence just South of Eglington Ave.

    #821480

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    I believe this is the section of trail in question. I may get out for a ride tomorrow and can scope it. I can then try to come back in with my chainsaw provided its manageable. You could also try 311 but as this is an unsanctioned trail so they are not guaranteed to respond.

    Etobicoke Creek North (West Side) on Trailforks.com



    #821481

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    For others who would like to report issues using Trailforks, I would recommend adding the report then cross posting here, I’m one if the TF admin and can embed the map here. It would be appreciated if you could also direct others here from the web and on the trail for discussions and maintenance as this is where things get done. A report on TF alone is not all that helpful. I don’t use the app really.

    Adding a photo also helps so that anyone looking to go in can know what size saw blade is required and what help or safety measures may be needed.

    #821482

    singleandfixed
    Participant

    The tree is on the ground. Another option besides cutting it would be to build a bridge or a ramp over it… If I had time, I would of spend some time in there and build something.

    #821483

    sangerasong
    Participant

    I’m loving the helpful and quick responses here folks. I have a busy week but I’ll try to get in on the weekend with a saw as well.

    What @fasttimes said here is definitely helpful. Adding a photo, as well as something that can add scale to that photo, will help to decide which tool to bring to the trail 🙂

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