High Rim Trail Volunteers do it again!

Okanagan hiking in British Columbia just got better again.  According to Alice Hargreaves, a volunteer that helps the trail building on High Rim Trail, “During the past three years volunteers have restored the trail from almost becoming extinct.  The Nordic Cross-country Ski Club took it on as a summer trails project and have spent many […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On October 15, 2008
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Okanagan hiking in British Columbia just got better again.  According to Alice Hargreaves, a volunteer that helps the trail building on High Rim Trail, “During the past three years volunteers have restored the trail from almost becoming extinct.  The Nordic Cross-country Ski Club took it on as a summer trails project and have spent many hours clearing and flagging the entire trail.  It is an ongoing project.  Today (October 14 2008) we did chainsaw work in the Damer Lake area – dozens of trees are down after some of the winds we have had.
I have been working on an Okanagan High Rim Trail Guide & Map which is currently at the printers and should be ready within a week or so”.

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