We couldn’t have asked for a more successful October! With just over 1000 volunteer hours going directly to the trails we have just passed 10,000 volunteer hours for 2018! Thank you to everyone who joined us in the forest this past month to give some love to Fromme and Seymour by coming out to TAP days, Academy sessions and more!

Tons of TAP Days helped get a lot of people out on the trails:

  • Expresso w/ MEC
  • Griffens w/ Deloitte
  • Bridle Path (DNV) w/ Colony Northwoods
  • Bridle Path (CMHC) w/ City Sports and Physiotherapy
  • Crinkum Crankum w/ SOPHOS
  • Lower Expresso w/ Sacre Davey
  • Corkscrew w/ McNeney McNeney Spieker
  • Forever After w/ Rocky Mountain Bikes
  • Dales Trail w/ Comor Sports and NS Ride
  • Richard Juryn w/ Lululemon
  • Pangor w/ GIANT Vancouver
  • Digger w/ Ryders Eyewear

We also had a super successful Mutli-Trail-Pro-D-Day-Trail-Day (MTPDDTD for short) with high school students giving some love to The Skull on Fromme and High School league and Severed on Seymour. Students from Southridge School in Surrey also took part in the Youth Trail Stewards program!

On the trail crew side of things, they’ve been working hard preparing for the Winter months by getting a whole bunch of cedar slats ready to go for new bridges and assorted woodwork. As well as starting work on the aMTB loop on Seymour.

They’ve also constructed a reroute on For the Kids, as well as taking care of regular maintenance and water management on Dreamweaver, Natural High, Digger, Roadside Attraction, Ladies Only, Bobsled and Expresso.

Fixing some corners on Dreamweaver


Want to come out and work on the trails? Check out our Events calendar and find a day that works for you!

And Remember to report any maintenance issues you see on the trails via Trailforks!