The Trust is a charitable organization that issues tax receipts for donations. Receipts are sent at the end of January each year.
Although hunting is prohibited on Trust land, we close our trails during this period for safety reasons because hunting is carried out on land adjacent to ours.
Yes, dogs are allowed. You must keep them on a leash.
Yes, our trails are very beautiful in winter. Note that the trails are not groomed. The first one who passes makes the trail!
If you practice snowshoeing, please walk on the sides of the trails so as not to destroy the tracks of the cross-country skis.
The Ruiter Road parking lot is cleared of snow in winter. However, the parking lot on Fullerton Road is inaccessible because the road is not cleared by the Municipality of the Township of Potton. You must therefore park safely at the intersection of West Hill and Fullerton roads and reach our trails on snowshoes or skis.
No. The trails are laid out only for hiking activities that are not harmful to nature (hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing).
We have one on the interpretation trail in the Shepherd sector and we are working on installing a few benches on the trails in the Ruiter sector.
Spring is the birthing season for wildlife. We close our trails at this time of the year to preserve their tranquility, moi je dirais plus to protect their privacy. We are first and foremost a conservation organization.
Yes absolutely. Write us at [email protected] and a trainer will contact you.
Access to the Trust’s trails is free. However, you can leave a contribution in the slot box located near the welcome sign at the Ruiter Road parking lot or give a donation to help us better maintain the trails.
You can download the map from our website, or you can get one at the tourist offices in the area (Potton and Sutton). Maps are also available in the small box located on the welcome sign at the Ruiter Road parking lot.
You can also install the mobile application ONDAGO on your cell phone. Search for Vallée Ruiter.
No. Our trainers travel to your region. They organize with you the logistical details of the training: room for the theoretical part and place for the practical part of wildlife tracking.