The Trail Host is back for 2018. We sponsor the Trail Host program along with co-sponsor Myra Canyon Bicycle Rental. Each day until early September, the Trail Host rides each way from Myra to Ruth gates while stopping to talk with visitors,
May 20th: We rode the trail from Ruth to Myra and back this morning. Spring is in the mountains with fresh growth and flowers. A beautiful morning, and the mountain air was great. The trail is still rough from the BC Parks contractor’s work,
The large boulder new Trestle 10 now has a wide path cleared around it – see the attached photo. Please remember there are BC Parks work crews on the trail doing rock scaling and tree removals as part of their 10 year maintenance program and to follow their safety instructions.
We visited Myra Canyon on May 7th. The Little White Forestry Road was in pretty good shape – a little snow in a few places. The trail from Ruth Gate to Trestle 8 is rough due to the rock scaling underway and lots of equipment in use.
April 30, 2018: Planned 10 year maintenance of the Myra Canyon Trail beginning on May 1
BC Parks is implementing our planned 10 year maintenance of the Myra Canyon Trestles Trail near Kelowna, BC. This is beginning May 1,
We visited Myra this morning. The parking lot at Myra and the trail up to Trestle 18 is largely snow covered – about a foot deep. The drive up was pretty good, however there’s a lot of snow melting and a few areas have water crossing over the road.
We are announcing our 2018 Fundraising Campaign with a goal of raising a minimum of $200,000. We are able to issue a tax deductible receipt for donations. Reaching this goal will keep MCTRS financially healthy and able to continue maintaining the Myra Canyon trestles, Read More …
We will soon be sending out a notice for our annual AGM to be held on April 11th, 2018. This is the 25th anniversary of MCTRS, and along with regular business we will have a PPT presentation acknowledging people, events and activities from 1993 to 2018!