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Weytk! (Hello) Welcome to Secwepemc Territory and the Shuswap - a great big welcome to all our guests from out of town and far away. We're stoked you're here. Please stop in at the Shuswap Tourism Visitor Centres to pick up hard copies of the Shuswap Trail Guide, and enjoy those Shuswap trails!Buy Provigil Rx

HOT OFF THE PRESS: Margaret Falls Trail at Herald Provincial Park reopenned October 4th just in time for the fine fall hiking weather. So go check it out. BC Parks has done a spectacular job repairing what was a technically very challenging rebuild following the 2017 floods. They had to deal with sensitive environmental consisderations, spring freshette and flooding, and a complete rebuild of the trail tread, bridges, and waterfall viewing platform. Thanks to everyone for your patience! And thanks to the Shuswap's very own Spooner Construction, who have been working on contract with BC Parks staff to do the upgrade work. The results are very impressive indeed!Check out the BC Parks update link here.

Current Trail Conditions: Be sure to check the specific trail listing for updated postings on conditions, closures, and any other notices. But please remember - while we try to post notices that come through its a dynamic world out there and things can change quickly on the trails. Always be prepared, let others know where you are going, watch for any update signage on the trails, and report anything new to (or the orange Report Button above).

Shuswap Trail Alliance AGM and Special Presentation - May 21st, 2019, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm, at the South Canoe Elementary Outdoor Learning School Library (5970 - 10 Ave SE, Salmon Arm). Join the board and membership of the Shuswap Trail Alliance for the Annual General Meeting, including election of directors, update on trail projects throughout the region including the new Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail, Secwepemc Landmarks Project, and new trail plans for 2019. PLUS - a very special update and tour with staff from the South Canoe Outdoor Learning School. All welcome. For more information please visit, email, or call 250-832-0102.

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Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail is Moving Forward - It's happening! The dream to link Sicamous to Armstrong with a 50 kilometer greenway rail-trail that will ultimately connect to the Central Okanagan Rail-Trail is moving forward with the inaugral meeting of the new Rail-Trail Governance Advisory in March 2019. The Governance Advisory brings together leadership representation from the 12 jurisdictions partnering to create the greenway through an agreement between the Splatsin Chief and Council of the Secwepemc First Nation, the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, and the Regional District of North Okanagan. Splatsin Kukpi7 (Chief) Wayne Christian was appointed the Governance Advisory Chair person, and Lumby Mayor and RDNO Chair, Kevin Acton, and Sicamous Mayor, Terry Rysz, appointed Co-Vice-Chairs. The Governance Advisory has created a Memorandum of Understanding and Terms-of-Reference to guide their work together, and implemented a joint Technical Operational Committee to oversee planning, design, development, and long-term management of the greenway. The Shuswap Trail Alliance will assist the jurisdictional partners in the role of Secretariat and Project Administrator, as well as continue as the meeting point for community engagement and support. Read the updates here.

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The annual Shuswap Trail Party & Fundraiser Hit a High MarkThank you everyone for making Shuswap Trails such a success story. This year's fundraiser surpassed the last record raising over $50,000 for Shuswap Trail projects throughout the region this year. Remarkable! And there's a whole new twist to supporting Shuswap Trails this year - The Barley Station Brew Pub in Salmon Arm is raising a toast to trails with its brand new Shuswap Trail Ale IPA made exclusively for Shuswap Trails. It was revealed at the February 1st event to resounding acclaim selling out, and now goes on sale at the Barley Station Brew Pub with every glass putting coin toward building and maintaining trails throughout the Shuswap. Now that's worth a toast! Check out the full story here.
Thanks to everyone who made the annual February 1st, 2019 Shuswap Trails Party & Fundraiser such a success, with ticket sales through Skookum Cycle & Ski in Salmon Arm, printing sponsored by Lakeside Printing, auction pick up/drop off with HUB Barton Insurance, promotion by EZ Rock. Featuring the Shawn Lightfoot Band, DJ Partico Patrick Ryley, sound with Brian Coffey and BC Sound, catering by DeMilles, the Barley Station's new Shuswap Trail Ale IPA, wine from Larch Hills Winery, bar tending by the Firehall 3 team, a fully stocked Silent Auction table, wine pull, 50/50 draw, drive home with Enactus and Braby Motors, Hilltop Toyota, Ian Gray's Salmon Arm GM, Jacobson Ford, plus more best-of-the-year photos from Shuswap Trails at the Salmon Arm Recreation Centre.
And check out who was on the extraordinary silent auction table and monetary donor list this year by clicking here.

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Check out the new trails built in 2018 by visiting the online trail guide (click on the Trails link above) that includes more new trails in the Shuswap Memorial Cemetery Park, South Canoe Trail System, Rubberhead, and Balmoral. And watch for new 2019 projects to come with regional partners throughout the Shuswap!

Plus theres all the new Trails Built in 2017 ready for you to explore: despite the crazy wind-flood-wind-fire-wind-snow season we had, trail stewards, volunteers, munipcal/regional/and provincial community partners, funding supporters, clubs, school groups, business teams, Rapattack, the STA trail team, and so many others worked very, very hard in 2017. The result was an incredible 10 new trails added (yes 10!), totalling over 12,000 metres. Check out the links below (and be sure to explore the hot new geo-referenced pdf map links c/o CSRD GIS department):

Geo-Referenced PDF Maps: yes! - They're posted online, regularly updated, and more are getting added all the time, thanks to the spectacular partnership with the great folks at the Columbia Shuswap Regional District GIS Department. As part of the Shuswap Tourism and Shuswap Regional Trails Roundtable partnership agreements, the CSRD GIS office has taken on acting as the central hub for all final master trail mapping GIS files. That means as we all work together throughout the Shuswap to develop trails and map changes it will all be coordinated in one place and updated to the online Shuswap Trails website guide. You will see the new Geo-Referenced PDF maps as links in the body of each trail description posted here. Not all trails have new maps, but many do, and more are getting created, updated, and added all the time. So be sure to keep checking back. Maps can be printed, or uploaded into mobile apps like Avenzas PDF Maps, which let these pdf's function as a base map with your phone's gps system. Our sincere thanks to all the talented, passionate, and committed GIS folks at the CSRD. And special thanks, also, to the new Salmon Arm MRDT Hotel Tax funding that is also supporting this initiative. Thank you all!

Trail Notices: check for update notices on trail conditions throughout the region. But please remember - while we make every effort to keep info postings up-to-date there's lots going on so we may have missed something. Let us know through the hotline. Other good sources of current trail info online include the Shuswap Bike Club website at, Larch Hills Nordic at, and trail sites like our good friends at

Love Your Trails: Shuswap Trail Alliance Memberships - support trail projects with a membership. Get the mail-in member form here, or join online here

Book the TrailRider - visit the Shuswap TrailRider Adaptive Adventure Society for details.

Shuswap Trail Alliance Annual Report: if you missed the 2018 annual general meeting, check out the links to AGM meeting package, including new Constitution & Bylaws, and the 2017 Year End Financial Statement. And the Annual Executive Directors Progress Report.

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For more news and updates from the Shuswap Trail Alliance, the Shuswap Trails Roundtable and Strategy, and the Sicamous-Armstrong Rail-Trail click here.


Be sure to report trail needs: enjoy trails throughout the Shuswap. And remember to report any issues you see to



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  • 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.



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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?
Annual Shuswap Trail Alliance Fundraiser/Dance
Fri Feb 7, 2020   6:30 pm - 1:00 am
@ SASCU Community Centre
More Information to be Announced!
Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail Trail Information Sessions
Mon Dec 16, 2019   5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
@ Oddfellows Hall
Citizens throughout the Shuswap and North Okanagan are invited to learn more about the project through a series of public information sessions, a dedicated information website at, and special meetings for agricultural landowners.
Give the gift of Shuswap Trails for Christmas
Thursday, December 12, 2019
News Release Updated: December 12, 2019   Give the gift of Shuswap Trails for Christmas   The Shuswap, British Columbia, Secwepemc Territory – They’re here! Those coveted Shuswap Trail Party tickets have arrived just in time to continue giving the gift of trails this Christmas! Who knew going outside for a walk or ride would turn into one of the hottest sell-out items of the season in the Shuswap?    15 years ago regional leadership launched the what-if idea of Shuswap communities working together to support each other in the creation of trails and pathways.
Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail Trail planning proceeds with public information displays, agricultural meetings
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Media Release: November 26, 2019   Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail Trail planning proceeds with public information displays, agricultural meetings   The Shuswap – North Okanagan, Splatsin Secwepemc First Nation Territory, British Columbia – Planning is well underway for the Shuswap-North Okanagan Rail Trail between Sicamous and Armstrong.

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