Trail conditions in the Kimberley Forest will change based on day-to-day weather events and the time of year. We’ve listed some general guidelines below to help you reduce your impact on the trail network.
- Trails are more vulnerable when wet. We recommend staying off the trails during or within 24 hours of rain.
- Trails are most sensitive during the spring season as the weather shifts and the snow melts. Please limit your use of the trails at this time of year.
- Rogue trail building is not permitted. All trail projects must be approved by the Friends of the Kimberley Forest.
|REPORTED JAN 3, 2023|
Schizt Way, a new multi-use trail introduced last year, now has trail markers from U12 (just north of the Windy Lane entrance), to M2 at the
Black snowshoe route at the (mid) Klondike and Cider intersection.
The Trail Conditions you see on this page are generated by crowd-sourced information and may not be accurate at the time of your visit. If you’d like to submit a report, please update the trails status or condition through the Trailforks website.
Submit Trail Report
Have you noticed an issue with the trails, or have an area of concern that you think should be addressed? Submit a Trail Report to be reviewed by our Trail Maintenance team.