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About UsThe Shuswap Trail Alliance is all about collaboration

We encourage all groups and individuals who love trails to work together.

By working collaboratively we can create efficiencies in trail building, marketing, maintenance, and planning. The Shuswap Trail Alliance successfully demonstrates how working together WORKS!

Working together on the Shuswap Trail Strategy. . .

The Shuswap Trail Strategy is the regional multi-stakeholder initiative working to establish the entire Shuswap watershed as a united destination trail center known for its active lifestyle, vibrant culture, natural beauty, and commitment to sustainable ecology. It acknowledges that well designed, signed, maintained, and promoted, a trail network is an asset of significant economic value.

– Well-designed, well-signed, well maintained, well promoted –

The Shuswap Trail Alliance is the organizational body (formed in 2005) through which local and regional leadership work together to develop and implement the Shuswap Trails Strategy as First Nations, stewardship, government, industry, business, and community stewardship organizations and individuals.

Check out our Mission and Goals.

Trail Stewardship

Shuswap Trail Alliance Stewards are individuals and groups in the community who build, monitor or maintain trails throughout the region. The Shuswap Trail Stewards Program is a work in progress building tools and resources to assist local trail stewards. Whether you just want to get out for a walk and help flick sticks, or help to organize full on volunteer trail stewardship events, there's a place for you! Check out the Volunteer page here.

Trail Design Standards

The Shuswap Trail Design Standards help all the partners throughout the region provide a consistent level of quality while creating a variety of options based on trail user's needs. They are based on Provincial standards and international best-practices, and include technical design standards, sign design style guidelines, environmental screening templates, and maintenance guidelines. Check out the full set of Trail Design Standards and Resources here.

Guided Trail Programs

Shuswap Trail Alliance sanctioned programs are organized by trail stewards, partner organizations, outdoor educators, and recreational trail groups. A set of leaders resources assist in ensuring appropriately planned, authorized, and guided field programs. Check them out on our Standards and Resources page here.

 
What's New
Rubberhead Trails Voly
Mon Jul 23, 2018   6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
@ Meet at 2.5km Parking Lot on 110 FSR
Shuswap Cycling Club Association with Skookum Cycle and Ski will host trail nights on the Rubberhead Trail System. These will continue to run every other Monday through the summer. They will meet at the 2.5km parking lot on the 110 FSR at 6pm.
Environmental Interpretive Walk-Abouts
Wed Jul 25, 2018   11:00 am - 2:30 pm
@ TsĂștswecw Provincial Park (Roderick Haig-Brown
Environmental Interpretive WalkAbouts - hosted by The Adams River Salmon Society. These walks will continue and lead up to the Salute to the Sockeye 2018. These environmental education programs are presented through The Adams River Salmon Society Volunteers and Partners. The programs are free but they do ask for a small donation to The Adams River Salmon Society to help offset supplies and materials costs.
Wildlife Wednesdays
Wed Jul 25, 2018   10:00 am - 12:00 pm
@ The Brighouse Nature Centre - Salmon Arm Wharf Parking Lot
Wildlife Wednesdays invites all children of all ages. Come learn about local wildlife through games and activities led by a different expert each week.
Single Track 6
Sat Jul 28, 2018  -  Thu Aug 2, 2018
@ Western Canada
While not coming back to the Shuswap this year, our friends at Single Track 6 will be featuring trails in Golden, Revelstoke, Vernon, and Silverstar. And they continue to sponsor our trails each season at the Shuswap Trails Party. Riders from around the world gather for the event.
Annual party sets substantial year of trail projects in motion
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
News Release: Feb. 5, 2018   Annual party sets substantial year of trail projects in motion   The Shuswap, British Columbia – "We thank all our community sponsors, volunteers, and everyone who came out," announced Shuswap Trail Alliance chairperson, Reg Walters, to the sold out crowd at the annual Shuswap Trails Party and Fundraiser last Friday night.
Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail takes a giant step forward
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
News Release: January 16, 2018 (Updated January 31, 2018) Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail takes a giant step forward   The Shuswap, British Columbia – The Regional District of North Okanagan and the Columbia Shuswap Regional District have successfully concluded the purchase of the the CP Rail Corridor between Sicamous and Armstrong.
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