Come to the Work Party Saturday to Finish Double D

Thanks to all the volunteers that have helped put Double D together, and for all the other recent work on Rubberhead!

Double D is nearly complete. Only a few meters are left untread, and there a couple of places to tidy up.

Meet this Saturday, June 17th, to finish it off! 9am at the Rubberhead Parking Lot. Bring your gloves, water, and a bit of food.

Double D is already running great, connecting from the lower Climb Trail to provide a fun alternative to pedaling the road. The climbs have some challenging technical sections, tight switch-backs, and also some lengthy traverses and quick downs so you don’t burn out. Earn your turns!

After Double D, do a quick bike push up part of Rubberhead Middle, then traverse over to the 110 via Upper Rubberhead. From there it is a zoom up the road to get to Ravine. Watch for logging activity, but the upside is the road is in great shape right now, nicely packed down. Even better is the Ravine trail at the moment. Hero dirt! 

Update: CANCELLED- Rubberhead Voly Day

Due to uncertain road conditions on Hwy 1, we have decided to cancel Sunday’s volunteer day at Rubberhead. Stay tuned for details on our next event, scheduled for the weekend of June 3-4.

Consider helping the crew at South Canoe

A sizable crew is needed to fix some drainage issues on the south canoe trails. Skookum is organizing a work party so please consider helping out there instead.

  • Meet at 9am at the lower parking lot.
  • Bring water, trail snacks, pruning loppers, work gloves, hand tools and a Friend!
  • We will park at the Party Pit. The South Canoe parking lot maybe be full during the day with trail users.

Upcoming Weekend Voly Days

Opportunities to help work on our trail systems this weekend:

Rubberhead – Saturday 1pm-4pm and Sunday 9am-1pm
Meet at the Rubberhead Parking Lot to work on the DD line.

South Canoe – Sunday 8:45am-3pm as a prep for the big spring blitz the following weekend. See shuswaptrails.com for details and to sign up.

Thank you Recreation Sites and Trails BC, Marcia Bennett for the Tools and support, Shuswap Trail Alliance, Sutra Brett, Trail Holistics, and Mark Wood for your participation for the Shuswap Bike Club Trail Workshop.