July 2021 Trail Update

July 2021 Trail Update

Check out a snapshot of the some of the work that’s gone on this past month! Pingu Before Pingu After – new rock armouring and fresh dirt Adding fresh gold/dirt to Dale’s (photo by Penny Deck)) Pathing up the Lower Digger exit with fresh dirt (photo...
Trail Jargon of the Month – Fromme Gnome

Trail Jargon of the Month – Fromme Gnome

Fromme Gnome /FRO-mee noh-mee/ . Their true name is unknown as attempts to communicate have been unsuccessful. Current encounters have been limited to Mount Fromme. Unsure if range extends to Seymour until more data is collected. . We aren’t sure where they came...
Updates for Mount Seymour Parking

Updates for Mount Seymour Parking

We love seeing everyone out on the North Shore, but we are aware that the growing numbers of hikers and bikers heading to the trails contributes to an increase in traffic and demand for parking spots at certain access points. Recent upgrades have been completed by the...
July 1, 2021

July 1, 2021

We are extremely grateful to operate and recreate on the shared territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.  In light of the recent revealings of over 1000 unmarked graves, and remains of...
June 2021 Trail Update

June 2021 Trail Update

There’s always lots happening up on the mountains! Check out a snapshot of some of the work that’s been going on: Maintaining the exit cedar features on Corkscrew 📷 Dave Clendenan Fresh gold on Dempsey 📷 Trevor Hansen Tools on a truck for...
Statement of Solidarity

Statement of Solidarity

The recent discoveries of 215 children at the Tk’emlups (Kamloops) Residential School and 751 children at the Marieval Residential School is a horrifying reminder of the suffering and harm that Indigenous communities, families and survivors have experienced and...