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Icy trails a concern: Quinte Conservation

Members of the public using Quinte Conservaton trails are being warned about the icy conditions.

Spokesman Brad McNevin says warming weather conditions throughout the day, and below freezing at night, are creating ice accumlulations on the trails within the watershed.

McNevin says the Conservation area will remain open, but there are natural spaces and sand and salt are not applied to the trails.

Visitors are encouraged to wear proper footwear for travelling over the icy surfaces.

 

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