In 2015, the decision was made to close off public access to the Cheltenham Badlands due to fears of erosion caused by overuse. Since then, The Ontario Heritage Trust together with the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo have been working on a master plan to quell the damages to the fragile shale formations.
Good news came recently when it was announced that the Cheltenham Badlands located in Caledon, will re-open to the public on September 22. Designated trails and a new boardwalk will allow visitors to explore this unique landscape while ensuring its protection for generations to come. Read the article from Blogto for more information.
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