TrailRider demos at the bike month street fair Saturday
Monday, May 6, 2013The Shuswap, British Columbia – There’s a new set of wheels in town, or should we say “wheel”. The campaign to purchase three TrailRiders for the Shuswap notches up this month with the arrival of a demo doing the rounds throughout May. The one wheeled piece of adaptable equipment has a seat for a disabled person to sit on and bars on the front and back for Sherpa’s to propel the Trailrider forward.
May is Shuswap Bicycle Month
Wednesday, May 1, 2013Tuesday April 9, 2013 - It’s time to ride! May is Shuswap Bicycle Month and the perfect time to be outside. Bicycle Month is a celebration of human powered transportation, calling attention to the joys and benefits of cycling for young and old alike. Save money on gas, reduce air pollution and stay healthy by riding your bike to work, school, on errands or just for fun.
Workshop in the Woods 2013
Wednesday, April 3, 2013The Shuswap Trail Alliance is hosting the second annual Workshop in the Woods (2013), on April 19 and 20. This workshop is part of the Shuswap Trail Alliance Stewardship Program, and is intended for people wanting to learn the ropes of trail building and maintenance. The course runs on Friday evening and Saturday all day (April 19, 20). Saturday's session includes lunch.
Join Shuswap Trail Alliance for late winter bigfoot walks
Tuesday, February 19, 2013The Shuswap, British Columbia – Sightings of noticeably large bigfoot prints have been showing up throughout the Shuswap this winter! Snow conditions, combined with the hard work of many throughout the region over the last four years to blaze and maintain trails for snowshoe use, have resulted in an unprecedented explosion of local snowshoeing. This Sunday afternoon, the Shuswap Trail Alliance invites you to join in a late winter snowshoe walk on one of the region’s iconic trails in winter – the Enderby Cliffs – or as the cliffs are known in the traditional Secwepemc language: the Tplaqin trail.
Shuswap trail party lights up deep winter on many levels
Monday, February 4, 2013The Shuswap, British Columbia – Once again, residents and community leaders throughout the Shuswap put their pennies where their heart is and showed their support for continued care and upkeep of our growing greenway trails system. A sell-out crowd packed the Salmon Arm Rec Centre and raised over $20,000 at last Friday’s annual Shuswap Trail Alliance Party and Auction, with final donations still coming in.