Please note that you ski/snowshoe at your own risk. Pay attention when and where you ski. The trails are NOT patrolled or "swept" at the end of the day.
NOTE: Telus (and affiliate) cellphones have poor or no reception on much of our trail system, outside of car parks. Rogers (and affiliates) are much better but not 100% in all areas.
DO NOT snowshoe farther than you are capable of. DO NOT set out on a snowshoe trip late in the day unless experienced and equipped correctly.
If you are injured or have a medical emergency on our trails, call 911 and request that medical services be dispatched to the main cabin, if needed.
Calling one or more of the following persons (after 9-1-1) will probably result in a faster rescue because they are able to access a snowmobile and are familiar with the trail system:
- Karen Gretzinger 250-212-4781
- Bryce Garton 250-317-7741
- Ryland Garton 250-764-8273
The Club has two rescue toboggans and snowmobiles. The cabins are equipped with First Aid kits, unless stolen (this does happen).
Saturday April 1st -5C Overcast 4-6Cm new snow. Excellent groom from Summit for both skate and classic. No need to rush up as it will likely stay cold for a while. Delayed start to let the snow finish so watch for the machine. Roads and car parks OK for now. We will be closing soon so make the most of it.