The end of the cold season means work can continue on the Guelph-To-Goderich (G2G) Rail Trail.
G2G officials say they raised $185 thousand in 2016, after the group began a crowdfunding campaign to complete the 127 kilometre trail.
A meeting will be held this Wednesday, looking to tie all facets of the trail together, before clearing of rough patches continues through the Spring.
Officials want to hear from cycling, tech, and heritage enthusiasts about the best ways to utilize the trail.
Officials say the next step in completing the trail will be grooming rough patches this year.
Even bigger than clearing grown-in areas will be the building of several bridges.
Currently, the trail uses roadways to navigate incomplete bridges, including some along the Grand, Conestoga and Maitland Rivers.
This Wednesday's G2G workshop runs at Sentry Group Wealth Partners in Waterloo, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m..