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The Shuswap Trails website is dedicated to helping people from around the world find their trail in the Shuswap. Whether it be by foot, by mountain bike, by horseback, or by canoe, this site will guide you towards amazing trail experiences in the sunny Shuswap.

Use our new interactive Trail map to help you find trails by their region within the Shuswap.


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Caution!

  • Always go prepared and use your common sense
  • Always tell someone when and where you are going
  • Many trails are not maintained - use at your own risk
  • Many trails are accessible only by active logging roads requiring 2-way radio communication, or deactivated logging roads requiring four-wheel drive or high-clearance vehicles.
  • Watch for wildlife and avoid areas showing recent signs of black bears, grizzly bears and cougars.
  • Before heading out, check with local contacts to make sure the trails and roads are safe.

Tips for Safety

  • Bring applicable maps, along with a compass or GPS device.
  • Wear appropriate footwear and clothing, and bring sufficient food and water.
  • Carry identification (including name, phone number and pertinent medical information), and record your bicycle serial number
  • Bring a portable phone or other communication device, along with pertinent phone numbers (ie. emergency numbers)
  • Travel with a partner when possible
  • Stay alert, be observant about your surroundings, avoid areas where visibility is poor, and don't wear headsets.
  • Avoid unfamiliar areas when on the trails alone and follow your intuition about unfamiliar people.
  • Trails are shared by a variety of users at the same time. Please be courteous to all users, and remember that pedestrians have the right-of-way. Stay to the right of the trails.
  • Cyclists should pull off the trail when stopping, give a voice, bell, or horn warning when passing others, wear helmets and ride at reasonable speeds.
  • Wear reflective material and carry a whistle or a noisemaker.
  • Where pets are allowed, keep them on a leash and clean up after them.


The Shuswap Trail Alliance assumes no responsibility for the safety of any persons, animals or equipment when using the trails listed in this website. Use at your own risk.

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What's News on the Shuswap Trails?
South Canoe - The Big Blitz
Sun Apr 27, 2014 @ 8:45 am
@ South Canoe
- The Big Blitz (BBQ hosted by Skookum Cycle) - continue work on Prudential repairs, brushing and pruning, winter clearing, and preparation of Triangle, Bear Den, & P2
South Canoe - Prudential water reroutes & crossings
Sat Apr 26, 2014
@ South Canoe
Prudential water reroutes and crossings
$31,000 raised for Shuswap trails through celebration
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
News Release February 18, 2014  $31,000 raised for Shuswap trails through celebration  The Shuswap, British Columbia – Once again a sell-out crowd made it clear – growing Shuswap greenway trails and paths is important – but it’s also going to be fun making it happen along the way.
Sell out event launches 10th year of Shuswap Trails
Monday, February 3, 2014
News Release February 03, 2014  Sell out event launches 10th year of Shuswap Trails  The Shuswap, British Columbia – Its official – the annual Shuswap Trails Party and Fundraiser is sold out again, launching the annual regional greenway trail initiative forward into its 10th year.
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