The contractor now anticipates roughly a two hour closure on either Thursday June 26th or Friday June 27th at the east end of Trestle 6 to install a culvert across the trail. Otherwise the trail remains open for users between Myra and Ruth parking lots with minor delays.
Starting on June 11, 2014 until June 27, 2014 BC Parks Crews will be working in the area east of Trestle 6.
Expect periodic delays between the Ruth Station parking lot and Trestle 6 from Monday through Friday during this time.
Starting May 30, 2014 until June 4, 2014 crews will be completing some minor repairs on trestle 11 and clean up activities at trestle 3Expect delays from the Myra Parking lot to trestle 11 from Friday to Sunday and delays from Ruth Station parking lot to trestle 3 on Monday to Tuesday.
On May 14 the Society carried out its Spring Inspection. Any trees across the trail were cut and removed, some rocks moved aside and the trail made passable. The trail is open the entire length of Myra Canyon to bikers and hikers,
Trail conditions reported yesterday show winter was kind to the Myra Canyon. Presently there are no rock slides, no mud slides and overall the trail is in great condition.
There is still some snow on the trail, but we estimate the snow should be gone within a week or two.
The trail is open from Myra to Ruth stations now and can be used by hikers, skiers and snowshoers. The roads up to the parking lots are plowed, but the road to the Myra end is in better shape. However the trail is snow covered,
2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Annual General Meeting of the Myra Canyon Trestle Restoration Society will be held on Wednesday, April 16 at 7:00 pm
ECCO Centre – Downstairs Room
Mission Creek Regional Park,
Saturday, January 4, 2014 was a beautiful bright day with little wind and -6C temperatures for snowshoeing in the Myra Canyon.
Get out and enjoy the trail, but please use caution on both the access roads and trail.