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Geotrail featured on CBC's iDesk

Geotrail was covered on CBC's iDesk.  Mike Wise's program shows highlights of new websites and technology.

"Looking for a some help in picking a hiking route this summer?  The Royal Botanical Gardens has created a new online service to help you search among its many routes. "

 

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  • Featured Trail Area
    The Royal Botanical Gardens’ trail system is much larger than most people realize. With over 27 kilometres of trails, there is enough to keep an avid hiker occupied for weeks. From a mix of environments, to a variety of locations, the RBG network touches many parts of the Greater Hamilton and Burlington area.The trail system is essentially broken into four areas: The Escarpment, Cootes Paradise North Shore, Cootes Paradise South Shore, and the Hendry Valley. Read more.
  • RBG walk? There's an app for that
    When approached about the project, "We jumped on it. We've been talking about how can we better promote the trails to people. There's so much amazing technology out there. We're definitely going down that route." Read more.
  • Geotrail in Paradise Found Magazine
    Geotrail was featured in Paradise Found Magazine, the official magazine of the Royal Botanical Gardens. "Before you get back to nature ... Check out the 27 kms of RBG trails online with our latest web-based tool, Geotrail. Plan your hike, plot out the highlights and download the maps to your smart phone." Read more.