We create, improve and maintain nine recreational trails in Nakusp, BC and the surrounding area. We also encourage more use of our trails by our community, our neighbours and visitors to our area.
If you plan to visit Cedar Grove Trail, please be advised that the Kuskanax Forest Service Road passes quite close to the caribou maternity pen, and will therefore be closed at critical times, like calving season (end of May, early June). There is signage in place at the gate explaining the protocol. The gate will only be locked when the road is closed. For information before you go, please visit the Arrow Lakes Caribou Society website. We ask that you please follow all protocols to give the local caribou herd the best possible chance at recovery.
Come hike with us! We host a variety of hikes from July through September each year. Hiking schedules are available in the Spring. Join our membership and be the first to receive the schedule. Follow our Facebook Page for up to date information on hikes and activities. Here is the 2022 Hiking Schedule, updated.
Help us make the trails and society even better! Find out the benefits of membership or join one of our working teams. You can also follow us on Facebook for the latest news, and to share stories and trail updates with other members. Please contact us with any questions or for more information on the society.
We have two volunteer work bees scheduled for August 2022, click for details, and how to get involved: Hot Springs Trail Work Bee, Hike & Soak Aug. 7 and Kuskanax Mountain Lower Trail Work Bee Aug 14.
Vicky’s View Fund – in memory of founding member Bill Barrow.
Donations will be used to maintain this site and the Kuskanax Mountain Road to it. A notice will be sent to Bill’s family of all donations.
Please make cheques out to: Nakusp & Area Community Trails Society, 344 Heppner Rd Nakusp V0G 1R1, or send an e-transfer to [email protected].