The BC Parks Contractor will be doing extensive trail work using heavy equipment between Trestle 17 and Myra Gate. This may result in stoppages on the trail as needed until they can clear it for safe passage. Please follow safety instructions from this contractor.
The City of Kelowna has Proclaimed October 6th, 2018 as Myra Canyon Trestle Society and Myra Canyon Appreciation Day. A massive THANK YOU to all the members, volunteers and friends of Myra Canyon for all their work and support over the past 25 years.
One day of Chipping previously cut and piled brush and a day of more brushing has left Myra Canyon closer to being ready for 2019. Many thanks to volunteers Kelly, Vern, Dennis, George, Denis and Karen on Sept 18th and to Gord,
A big THANK YOU to our 2018 Trail Hosts: Jayna, Erik, Logan, Jasmine, Brando, Bryce, and Emre. As the weather changes and visitors at Myra Canyon lessen, the Trail Host program has has come to an end for 2018. Once again,
Our Love Myra Canyon fundraiser with a window/bumper/bike/anywhere sticker is off to a great start. In the first few weeks 7 local groups and businesses are now retailing these stickers. See our Notices & Alerts for an updated list of vendors.
Our Corporate Secretary for the past 15 years has now retired. We are looking for a Corporate Secretary to attend around 10 board meetings a year, take notes, and attend to a few administrative matters. This is a volunteer position and a great opportunity to contribute towards keeping Myra Canyon “
Our Volunteers repaired side railings that had been damaged by a fallen tree. Many thanks to Charley,Vern, Dennis and Denney. They also placed No Smoking signs at both gates on instructions from BC Parks related to the current campfire ban.
Saturday’s volunteer work crew included George, Gord, Tom, Ted, Roy, Gary, Denis and Kelly – all supervised by Denney. The work included cutting back new growth over the trail between Trestle 3 and just past Trestle 6. This work keeps Myra Canyon looking spectacular!
A big THANK YOU to Rick Dubeau of Enderby for the 3-day certification course on chainsaw use and safety – Level 1. On the ground training took place at Myra Canyon with MCTRS volunteers including: Gary, Vern, Denney, Lisa and Kelly who are all now certified for chainsaw use as we do our work at Myra Canyon.