MAR 11, 2019: MULTI-USE TRAILS ARE SNOWPACKED FOR USE
Multi-use trails are in good condition with sufficient snowpack. Please be aware that spring conditions can change rapidly, and that trails may be unfit for use following a severe weather event or sustained warm weather as the snowpack melts.
OCT 3, 2018: GRASS TRAILS CLEARED, WET CONDITIONS PERSIST
Trail Captain Brian McCullough, aided and assisted by Glenn Meads and Don Churchill, completed cutting the lower grass trails and all the Nordic grass trails.
Please be aware that a significant amount of precipitation received in the past seven days could lead to variable conditions in the forest.
APR 24, 2018: PARTIAL RESTRICTIONS AND CLOSURES
A recent review of the trail network by the trail committee and Zane Davies of TREADscape, a sustainable trail design consultancy, identified a number of severely damaged, impassable and dangerous trail sections. Due to severe runoffs, erosion and excessive user damage over the past few years, the sustainability of many these trails are at risk.
As a result, trail users are asked to respect trail closure signs and mechanized users are respectfully asked to refrain from using any of the trails until after May 1, and then only when there has been a significant dry period.
Please check the Trail Status for updates when ever you plan to enter the forest.