The EcoPark Borer’s Falls Walk was unveiled at Software Hamilton’s DemoCamp which took place on November 25th at the Twelve Eighty Student Pub at McMaster University.
The Borer’s Falls EcoPark Walk was developed by Walkbug, winners at the recent October 10th Lions Lair. Walkbug is a mobile experience which allows users to create and share curated walking tours. The software will allow travellers to experience any city as the locals do and allow locals to unearth hidden gems in their neighbourhood. It is it as an exciting social network for walking developed here in Hamilton!
To date, WalkBug has created several downtown Hamilton walking tours but the Borer’s Falls EcoPark Walk is the first walk to highlight some of Hamilton’s conservation areas. WalkBug is creating two further EcoPark Walks: the Desjardins Canal Parklands Walk, and the Cartwright Nature Sanctuary Walk.
For further information on Walkbug, visit www.walkbug.com, and for further information on the EcoPark, visit Ecopark Campaign.
Walkbug software developer Nageeb Twal showing us the Borer’s Falls Walk on the Walkbug App.