Virtual Fall Lecture Series - Trails in Grey County

This lecture is now available to view on our YouTube page, please click right here!

Join Bob Knapp from the safety and comfort of your own home for this free online talk streaming live on Tuesday, November 9 at 1 p.m.

Bob will deliver an illustrated, insightful talk on the many spectacular trails found in Grey County, including the Sydenham Bruce Trail, Tom Thomson Trail, Georgian Bluffs Trail, Hibou Nature Trail, and Georgian Trail.

Bob Knapp is most at home on the Niagara Escarpment. He moved to Grey County in 1970 pursuing his interest in the Escarpment and the Bruce Trail. Since retiring from teaching, he now spends much of his time hiking and appreciating the natural splendour of this region. He is presently the Land Steward Director for the Sydenham Bruce Trail Club. He is also Co-Chair of the Friends of Hibou volunteer group, and is one of the original founders of the Hibou Conservation Area. Bob is a strong advocate for the preservation of natural heritage and he is pleased to share his knowledge and photos of trails in Grey County. 

If you wish to ask questions during the Q&A, they can be submitted in the comments for the video on Grey Roots YouTube (please note, you have to be logged into a YouTube account to do so), over email to or via Messenger on Grey Roots Facebook. The talk will also be available on YouTube following the livestream.

This presentation is part of our Virtual Fall Lecture Series taking place online Tuesday afternoons at 1 p.m. from November 9 through November 30. Livestreams will be available at – pre-registration not required.

The 2021 Virtual Fall Lecture Series is a free event, but if these talks are something you enjoy, please consider becoming a Grey Roots member. Your interest and support is sincerely appreciated.

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