Trails BC: Publications & Services

By: Trails Bc  09-12-2011
Keywords: Newsletter

Trails BC Publications & Services

to download the March, 2009 Edition of Trails BC News.

  • Ride the Rockies 2008: A Cycling Adventure.
  • 2008 Myra to Penticton TCT Challenge: A huge success!
  • Sea-to-Sky Trail: Part of the Trans Canada Trail.
  • Vancouver Island & Columbia & Western Trail Reports.
  • B.C. Trails Strategy.
  • Destination Maillardville - Challenge/Défi 2009.
  • Laurie Gourlay: New VI Director.
  • and more..

The March 2009 Edition of Trails BC News is now on-line.
Note that we have changed the newsletter name from "Trail Talk" to reduce confusion with the thousands of "Trail Talk" newsletters in circulation.
Click on the cover to download an Abobe Acrobat PDF version of the newsletter. Note that the file is approximately 2 MB so it may take a few minutes to download.



to download the January, 2008 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • Cranbrook-Kimberley Trail.
  • Trans Canada Trail Challenge 2008: Myra Station to Penticton!
  • Paleface Pass again Passable.
  • Vancouver Island & Okanagan Reports.
  • Coquihalla River Trail Bridge by 2010?
  • F.O.S.S. Maintains Trails.
  • Similkameen River Trails.
  • and more..


to download the April, 2007 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • AGM 2007: Summerland May 5th & 6th.
  • Trans Canada Trail Challenge Getting Ready for its 7th Edition – June 24, 2007!
  • Rails to Trails Progress in the Rockies.
  • Trans Canada Trail Foundation AGM.
  • The Kinsol Trestle Debate - Rehabilitate or Rebuild?
  • The Victoria – Cowichan Valley Link.
  • and more..


to download the January, 2007 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • $100,000 needed to make a footbridge across the Coquihalla River a reality!
  • Trans Canada Trail Challenge Getting Ready for its 7th Edition – June 24, 2007!
  • The TCT from Trail to Cranbrook: an invigorating experience.
  • Trails BC AGM 2006 Report.
  • RENEW YOUR 2007 MEMBERSHIP.
  • Fence Moved along Coldwater River.
  • and more..


to download the January, 2006 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • Trails BC’s AGM 2006 to be held in historic Fort Langley April 29th & 30th.
  • Vermilion Trails Challenge a Success!
  • Trans Canada Trail Challenges – A way to experience the Trans Canada Trail.
  • We Build It then We Must Maintain It.
  • Membership Renewal Important.
  • 2005-06 Trans Canada Trail Renewal in the Rockies/East Kootenays.
  • FOSS & Trails BC thank Interior Savings.
  • Spirit of 2010 Rail-Trail Update.
  • and much more..

to download the April, 2005 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • Trails BC AGM 2005 at the Greenwood City Hall May 13, 14 & 15.
  • TCT Challenge Events Gain Momentum.
  • British Columbian’s Support Metre Sales.
  • Second Annual Kettle Valley Trail FUNdraising event.
  • Vancouver Island “Spirit of 2010” Trail update.
  • Myra Canyon Trestles update.
  • and much more..


to download the April, 2004 Edition of Trail Talk: The Trails BC Newsletter.

  • Trails BC AGM 2004 at The Uplander Hotel in Rossland May 28, 29 & 30.
  • Chilliwack River Valley Trans Canada Trail Challenge.
  • Kettle Valley Trail FUNdraising event.
  • Business opportunities along the Trail.
  • Columbia & Western Rail Trail update.
  • Groups call for licencing and registration off road vehicles.
  • and much more..


for more details, reviews, etc., as they become available.

The Trans Canada Trail in southern British Columbia runs from Vancouver Island to the Rockies, weaving more than 1,750 kilometres through seven mountain ranges. In northern B.C., the Trans Canada Trail follows the Alaska Highway for 1,050 kilometres from Watson Lake, Yukon, to the B.C-Alberta border.

Published by:
Whitecap Books Ltd.
351 Lynn Avenue
North Vancouver, BC V7J 2C4
Phone: (604) 980-9852
fax: (604) 980-8197

ISBN: 1-55285-928-2;
978-1-55285-928-5
Dimesions: 5.25 x 8.25 inches
Page Count: 416
Binding: Paperback

Colour maps combined with detailed route descriptions, numerous colour photographs, interesting facts and highlights of the trail form the base for this pocket-sized (8.25 inches high by 5.25 inches wide) book.

With over 400 pages, you will need big pockets.




The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Newsletter