Hike Ontario is proud to be affiliated with the following groups, initiatives, and organizations.
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Bringing together sectors, people and governments to collaboratively steward southwestern Ontario's unique habitat network to support thriving wild and human communities in harmony for generations.
A network of 36 Conservation Authorities that deliver services & programs that protect and manage water and other natural resources in partnership with government, landowners and other organizations.
County of Haliburton
The County of Haliburton hosts 10 premiere hiking trails, totally 38 km of easy to challenging terrain. The area also hosts trail events such as the Hike Haliburton Festival.
Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation
A non-profit, grant-making organization helping keep farmers successful, strengthen local economies, and protect natural features. Since 2006, the foundation has funded more than $43 million in innovative projects.
Designed to encourage Ontarians to visit & become active in Conservation Areas and to provide educational materials that highlight the many connections between health and the environment. Sponsored by Conservation Ontario.
Healthy Parks Healthy People
Healthy Parks Healthy People seeks to reinforce and encourage the connections between a healthy environment and a healthy society, and is supported provincially by Ontario Parks.
Hike Canada En Marche
Canada’s National Hiking Organization since 1971. For over thirty years, Hike Canada En Marche has been working on the vision of a footpath across Canada.
A provincial program providing training & support for mental health organizations across Ontario to launch educational walking programs for older adults who experience mental health issues.
Older Adult Centres of Ontario
A provincial organization with a membership of 160 centres, organizations and individuals involved in working with older adults representing over 300 staff and 160,000 older adults across Ontario.
Ontario Nature protects and restores natural habitats through research, education and conservation, connecting thousands of individuals and communities with nature.
Ontario Trails Council
The Ontario Trails Council (OTC) - Conseil des Sentiers de l'Ontario - is a volunteer-led, charitable organization, promoting the creation, preservation, management and use of recreational trails in Ontario.
A non-profit, registered charity whose mission is to promote the development and use of the Trail in every province and territory. They also provide funding to local Trail builders to support the development of trails.
Waterfront Regeneration Trust
The Waterfront Trail has been instrumental in Lake Ontario’s regeneration. 740 km of nature and culture, where peaceful countryside, small towns and big cities are linked in bringing Lake Ontario to the province's residents and its visitors.