How To Get To The South March Highlands
The trailhead for the South March Highlands Conservation Forest, known as K2, is found at the intersection of Second Line Road and Klondike Road. For more details click on the map to enlarge it.
To access the Celebration by walking from the local area see the map.
If you are in the local area follow the map. If you are cycling from further away in Kanata the best route is to take your quickest route to Terry Fox Drive and follow Terry Fox Drive north to Second Line Road and Second Line Road north to Klondike Road (K2).
If you are coming from downtown you can take the rack and ride bus route 96 to the Terry Fox transit station at the Kanata Centrum and then cycle along Terry Fox Drive north to Second Line Road and Second Line Road north to Klondike Road (K2).
Long leisurely routes from downtown are possible but best left to experienced riders who can use the NCC and City cycling maps to plan their routes.
The closest public transit stop is route 93 at Klondike Road and Halton Terrace, a few blocks from the trailhead (K2), shown on the map. You can transfer to the route 93 at Bayshore, Eagleson and Teron transit stations
By motor vehicle
If you are coming from within Kanata the easiest route is to take Eagleson/March Roads north to Klondike Road, turn left and follow Klondike Road to Second Line Road (K2).
If coming from downtown or the east end take the Queensway west to March Road and take March Road to Klondike Road, turn left and follow Klondike Road to Second Line Road (K2).
For more certainty please check the map.
Parking is available along Second Line Road and in a parking lot at Klondike Road and Halton Terrace (see map).
Thanks to Richard Woodley for compiling and writing these directions!