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Salmon Arm Memorial Cemetery Trails

Salmon Arm & Area
Distance: 2.2 km
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 30 min +
Trail Access / Features
Walk / Hike Mountain Biking Snow Shoeing Wildlife

Trail Notes / Current Conditions:

Dec. 10/2017 - the new pond loop trail is now open. Watch for a short section of rough trail still under construction, and note final signs will be installed shortly. Watch for new trail sections to come in 2018. 

Trail Description:

The newest park trail system in Salmon Arm, built by the City in partnership with the Shuswap Trail Alliance. These trails were formally started when the new memorial cemetery development closed off a popular area for walking old trails established when the area was owned by the Department of Defense. You still see the occassional trail marker reminding of those days. But now the area is part of the City parks system, and features a lovely little pond hidden within the forest. The first trail connector was built in 2016. Another loop was added in 2017 to keep expanding the trail system. And further additions have been planned.

Huge thanks to a load of incredible student volunteers who have helped to build this trail, along with City of Salmon Arm support. The little trail system is slowing growing into another beautiful destination trail park. Watch for more to come in 2018! 

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Access:

In Salmon Arm, travel south on 30th St from Highway 1. Find the trail entrance just west on 20th Ave SE approximately 160 metres west from Auto Road SE. Park well off the pavement along the south side of 20th Ave SE. 

Access Map: Google Maps

Warnings:

Caution: watch for bears. This is a living greenway connector for wildlife. 

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