PROUD PARTNER OF THE NIAGARA PENINSULA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION
PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE NIAGARA FARM PROJECT
PROUD TEAM MEMBER OF JONATHAN’S HIKE TO DEFEAT DEPRESSION
The Fallen Trail features hand-made, wilderness-inspired wooden designs by Canadian writer, artist, barman, grandfather, wilderness adventurer and hiking enthusiast, James Ryan.
NOW ON SALE AT SELECT LOCATIONS:
WAINFLEET - VOYAGEUR BUSHCRAFT (905-617-0720)
BEAMSVILLE - LITTLEFOOT FARM 4107 Quarry Rd (905-704-8763)
ST. CATHARINES – OUTDOORS ORIENTED SOURCE FOR ADVENTURE 420 Vansickle Rd (905-688-0160)
VINELAND – GRAND OAK CULINARY MARKET 2600 Victoria Ave (289-567-0487)
Hiking Sticks: These one-of-a-kind, all-natural beauties are made from ethically-sourced materials found along the hiking trails of the Niagara Peninsula. Each “recently fallen” stick (our mission is to never harm a living tree) is cut, carved, and sanded by hand (no power tools), then finished in several layers of a weather-protective coating. The entire process ensures that every bump, knot and imperfection is kept fully intact, adding to the overall character and uniqueness of each stick. Fallen Trail hiking sticks are strong, sturdy, and definitely made for practical use on the trails.
Canes: All of our canes are created with a naturally-formed, stick-shift style (think manual speed transmission) all-natural, bark handle on the top and a non-slip rubber cap on the bottom. Customized orders are available upon request. If you know of anyone with a knee issue, a back or hip problem, or maybe just someone who might appreciate having a one-of-a-kind, hand-carved walking stick (that eventually everyone needs at some point in their life anyway), then this is about as thoughtful as you can get.
Executive Business Card Holders: First impressions are everything. It always amazes me how much time, money and creative energy some people are willing put into their brand development and marketing tools (i.e. business cards) in the hopes of creating a really great and lasting first impression with their customer base and business contacts, but they still use those cheap plastic trays that you buy at Beatties or Staples. Which aren’t nearly as cheap in cost as they are in looks btw.
Other hand-made items include: Draught Taps, Hand-line Fishing Poles, and Shillelaghs.
Items include: Cheese Boards, Charcuterie Boards and Coasters.
DECORATIVE RECONDITIONED DRIFTWOOD