NEWS

  • 30 May 2019 7:52 AM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    This Saturday will be the spring KCTS trails day. Last year we had an awesome turnout ( about 100 people).

    Lets see if we can do the same this year.

    Due to circumstance there will be 3 work sites this year.

    A reroute on Redhead/Redtop; a Coffee Run reroute (where Church of Dirt has been working for the last couple of years); and an addition to the SMD area. Pick your pleasure and show up!

    There will be a BBQ at the Lions campground afterwards with the "Friends of Al" providing the BBQ. Pot-luck salads and deserts would be great. There will also be beer on tap so bring your favourite mug.

    Meeting 9 am at the Centennial parking lot.

    Kid and dog friendly. Please bring tools if you have them.


  • 12 Nov 2018 4:48 PM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    The KCTS held its AGM Oct 24th.

    There was a good turnout and we had an election for 4 board positions.

    The new board is:

    Dave Diplock

    Erik Laithwaite

    Vince Boothe

    Brent Kochan

    Rachael Roussin

    Katie Spittlehouse

    Gord McAlpine

    Thanks to the returning members (Erik, Vince, Gord, Brent) and please welcome the new members (Rachael, Katie, Dave)


About the KCTS

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society is a registered, non-profit society, based in Rossland B.C., funded by and serving the communities of the Lower Columbia region. We exist to manage, maintain and develop a regional network of recreational trails for a variety of non-motorized trail users. These trails serve as a popular amenity for local residents, and as a significant draw for visitors.

The Society is governed by a dedicated volunteer board, and operations are carried out by an experienced professional trails manager and crew. Most of our trails are located on private property, and public access is only made possible by the generous cooperation of the landowners, who enter into insured agreements with the Society.

The KCTS depends highly on public support to make the trail network better each year. Some of the ways you can help include becoming a member, a local business supporter, volunteering, or making a donation.