Still looking for a walk?

You may have noticed that some of our walks are full.  But not all the good ones are taken!   Here is a list of walks that still had places at time of writing, with links that will take you right to the walk page.

 

English walks

Imagine it's a city!     (just added:  this walk is led by Dennis Van Staalduinen)
Post-COVID Urban Renaissance   (a walk along the riverfront in Pointe Gatineau)
The Poets' Pathway (the New Edinburgh segment of the Pathway.  There will be poetry!)
Birds & Buildings  (learn why tall buildings are a danger to birds and how to prevent collisions)
Reconciling History  (a walk through Beechwood Cemetery with special attention to people who have a connection to the Indian Residential Schools)
Greenboro Busway  (what happened to that transitway section through Greenboro?)
Remembering Our Military History (Military Monuments in the downtown core)
UOttawa Campus Sustainability (how UOttawa is reducing its carbon footprint)

 

French walks:

Huit sites du parc Jacques Cartier  (history in Jacques Cartier park)
La dune de sable de Pinhey  (how and why the sand dunes in south Nepean have been restored)
L'histoire d'Orléans (a history walk through Orleans)
À la découverte des rapides Deschênes  (history along the north bank of the Ottawa River)
Le chemin Montréal (Montreal Road, past and present)
Visite Réconcilier l'histoire  (a walk through Beechwood Cemetery with special attention to people who have a connection to the Indian Residential Schools)
Les allumettières  (The cultural history of the Eddy 'match girls' )
Autour de Montfort  (Discovering the area around College La CIte in the east end)