49 www.dryden.ca URBAN TRAIL– RED 12.3 KM The Urban Trail System is a network of 5 attractive, intra-city routes that provide safe, enjoyable pedestrian access to commercial and residential neighbourhoods and community facilities and services - urban landscapes of interconnecting roads, sidewalks and pathways. The Urban Trail incorporates shopping opportunities and access to community facilities and services. Dryden’s unique attributes and natural/cultural heritage can be explored along this route. Residents and visitors can walk, explore and enjoy the community. During your travels you can stop and visit the Dryden Museum, the Public Library or one of nine community parks. DRYDEN SIGNATURE TRAIL - BLUE 5.4 KM The Dryden Signature Trail System consists of two trail routes, uniquely designed to provide hands-on, engaging, intriguing, recreational/ interpretative encounters to capture the imagination of community residents and visitors. The Signature Trail route follows along the Wabigoon River from Johnston Park located on the Trans Canada Highway 17 to the Laura Howe Marsh located off Van Horne Avenue. Wetlands are nature’s richest domains. Neither land nor lake, wetlands weave together elements of earth and water to create unique habitats within the boreal forest. Wetlands are always “on the edge”. The Laura Howe Marsh is 2.0 km and an excellent example of life “on the edge of the forest and on the edge of the lake”. Creatures of both worlds come to the marsh for water, food or shelter. The marsh is an oasis for the animals of the forest and a nursery for small creatures in the lake. THE NATURE IN THE CITY TRAIL – GREEN 6.8 KM The Nature in the City Trail System is a beautiful “necklace” of trails that link together all the aesthetic, natural areas surrounding the city core. The rich assembly of natural settings and rich wetlands is the City’s most valuable outdoor recreational attribute and asset. The “necklace” provides excellent opportunities for short or extended walking/hiking/jogging or cycling and skiing. The trail accommodates multiple use walking, jogging and strolling and that serves as a cross-country ski route in the winter months. This trail is a rich assembly of natural areas surrounding the City. URBAN TRAIL – RED 12.3 KM The Urban Trail System is a network of 5 attractive, intra-city routes that provide safe, enjoyable pedestrian access to commercial and residential neighbourhoods and community facilities and services - urban landscapes of interconnecting roads, sidewalks and pathways. The Urban Trail incorporates shopping opportunities and access to community facilities and services. Dryden’s unique attributes and natural/ cultural heritage can be explored along this route. Residents and visitors can walk, explore and enjoy the community. During your travels you can stop and visit the Dryden Museum, the Public Library or one of nine community parks. DRYDEN SIGNATURE TRAIL - BLUE 5.4 KM The Dryden Signature Trail System consists of two trail routes, uniquely designed to provide hands-on, engaging, intriguing, recreational/ interpretative encounters to capture the imagination of community residents and visitors. The Signature Trail route follows along the Wabigoon River from Johnston Park located on the Trans Canada Highway 17 to the Laura Howe Marsh located off Van Horne Avenue. Wetlands are nature’s richest domains. Neither land nor lake, wetlands weave together elements of earth and water to create unique habitats within the boreal forest. Wetlands are always “on the edge”. The Laura Howe Marsh is 2.0 km and an excellent example of life “on the edge of the forest and on the edge of the lake”. Creatures of both worlds come to the marsh for water, food or shelter. The marsh is an oasis for the animals of the forest and a nursery for small creatures in the lake. THE NATURE IN THE CITY TRAIL – GREEN 6.8 KM The Nature in the City Trail System is a beautiful “necklace” of trails that link together all the aesthetic, natural areas surrounding the city core. The rich assembly of natural settings and rich wetlands is the City’s most valuable outdoor recreational attribute and asset. The “necklace” provides excellent opportunities for short or extended walking/hiking/jogging or cycling and skiing. The trail accommodates multiple use walking, jogging and strolling and that serves as a cross-country ski route in the winter months. This trail is a rich assembly of natural areas surrounding the City. Duke St. Government St. Princess St. Van Horne Ave. Colonization Ave. Sandy Beach Rd. Parkdale Rd. Davis St. R i v e r v i e w D r . P P P P P P P Dryden Trail System Walking Trails