September 28th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 38
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Back country trail restoration update
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
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Main trail to plane crash site has re-openend.
EZRA BLACK
Pass Herald Reporter
Environment and Parks is continuing a handful of trail repair projects within the municipality

A section of the McGillivray Creek Trail starting from north of the bible camp to the intersection of Spoon Valley and Vicary Creek will be closed from August 10 to October 31.

Heather Davis, recreational stewardship coordinator for the South Region, said trail crews remain on site for the construction and installation of three bridges.

Davis is asking users to stay off that trail until its scheduled reopening on October 31.
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“I would hate to see the work completed and money spent ruined because we opened the trail too early,” she said.

Environment and Parks has reopened the main trail to the Plane Crash area. Minimum work was completed on this trail to limit the amount of disturbance to the nearby creek, said Davis.

“As some of you may know, North York Creek is an important creek in the sense that it is used as a control for the watershed study in Crowsnest Pass,” she said. “I decided to keep the work minimum along this trail at this time to reduce the risk of impacting this viable and valuable research study.”
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