Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Clear the Cobwebs Hike!!



Photo by Bart Schuller


CLEAR THE COBWEBS HIKE!!










On January 1, each year, the Guelph Hiking Trail Club have a hike called "Clear the Cobwebs" and all of these brave souls set you no matter what the weather to hike part of the Guelph Hiking Trail system.



This year the hike was on Section 1 of the Speed River Trail and the weather was beautiful for winter hiking. Snow had fallen all night and the temperature wasn't too low.



These were two of six photos that Bart took and I thank him very much for sharing them with us.

THANKS BART SCHULLER and please do send more of your wonderful photos of this great city of Guelph!


16 comments:

Kate said...

Picturesque but OH! so COLD!!

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Kate said...

Pat, I don't know what I did but my message resulted in three posts; forgive my error, please!

Pat said...

Awww... Katie it's ok!

marley said...

Wow! Beautifullly snowy photos. Looked a great day for hiking.

Southern Heart said...

Absolutely gorgeous photos!

Dusty Lens said...

Pretty photos! This is a great idea to keep the trails in good condition. Also great to keep ourselves in good condition too! Makes for great photo shoots.

alicesg said...

Beautiful snow scenery but it surely looked very cold. Thanks for sharing.

dailyphotographer said...

I loved the first photo. so cool so white!

Kala said...

that is one crazy hiking clube to hike in the snow =) It looks like a lot of fun!

Bill said...

I agree completely! I love winter camping and hiking, and just got back from the Moab Utah area where we camped for 4 nights and did around 20 miles of hiking and backpacking. Fun times! I am posting a series from that trip this week.

J.C. said...

What a wonderful contrast! Colourful attires against the white snow!!

Lessie said...

Absolutely beautiful!

sam said...

Wow the pictures are stunning, but it must be like walking in a freezer

sam said...

what stunning shots, I am mad about the bottom one, the red jacket is such a great contrast, and the grass in the foreground, gorgeous! Brave people!