The results of our signage audit are in!
Please see our signage page for a detailed map and further details.
The latest revision of the LHNC maps are in and available for download!
These printable maps are free to download, and are accessible via the button below.
Note: To ensure that only the up-to-date version is available, the ability to download previous iterations of the LHNC map will be disabled.
WRT Staff conducted a signage audit of the LHNC route between September 25 and 29th, 2016, travelling from Sudbury to Gros Cap and back again. While the audit results are still being compiled, please see the following photos, shared to WRT's Facebook page.
The latest revision of our PDF maps are in!
This new iteration of map includes a master legend page, a community amenities legend (amenity bar) for detail maps and includes a more robust selection of associated trail logos.
The 3rd draft pdf maps are no longer available for download.
I think the title says it all.
The staff at DOMIC Cartographic Solutions has been hard at work on our new interactive web map and we're excited to announce that it is now live! The map can be found on our parent site, www.waterfronttrail.org and can be accessed online by computer or mobile phone.
The interactive web map is not only an excellent wayfinding tool, but a great way to get to know the communities along the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. While the LHNC/TCT component of the map is still under revision and has more limited support at this time, users of the web map have access to community tourism information as well as our free downloadable pdf maps. These features can be accessed simply, by zooming in on the desired area of the trail and clicking on the route itself.
The interactive web map also has a print functionality that allows users to create custom maps as needed.
Just in time for Summer, the second draft PDF maps for the LHNC expansion has been completed.
The entire LHNC second draft map set can be downloaded below.
Second draft map set no longer available.
While the second draft map set incorporates the first round of changes identified by LHNC partners, the next revision, which will incorporate the results of the 2016 LHNC Mobile Workshop, is currently under way. The next iteration of the LHNC map set will be coming soon!
While touring the North Channel during the 2016 Lake Huron North Channel Route Mobile Workshop, we were not only fortunate enough to have a local media representative join us for our morning ride on June 3rd, but has also received local media coverage from the Sault Star, the Sudbury Star, and CTV Northern Ontario. Follow this link to visit our media for the articles.
Feedback on our the first draft of our PDF maps is in, and a second, interim draft has been produced--just in time for the 2016 LHNC Mobile Workshop!
These maps will serve as a critical wayfinding tool for all our participating riders, who will be travelling the LHNC route prior to signage installation during the 6 days of the Workshop from May 30th to June 4th, 2016.
The interim revision maps can be downloaded as a complete set.
The interim revision map set is no longer available.
Meanwhile, our interactive web map has entered its test phase. You can follow this link to the test map. Feel free to give it a try and let us know what you think.
Progress on our LHNC Route maps has reached another milestone.
The first draft of the PDF maps for the Lake Huron North Channel Route have now arrived. Click on the link below to download the pdfs. We're happy to hear your comments, so tell us what you think, below.
The first draft map set is no longer available for download.
More to come soon! The LHNC Mobile Workshop is on its way.
We've had some exciting developments this February!
The map is one of the most important tools for any cycle tour, and LHNC's downloadable pdf and interactive digital maps are on the way in 2016. We've received some design concepts that we're proud to share. Take a moment to have a look and let us know what you think.