Trail is a huge asset

We appreciate the people who designed and worked on the Steinhoe Ridge Mulitpurpose Trail.

Dear Sir:

We would like to pass along our appreciation to the people who designed and worked on the Steinhoe Ridge Mulitpurpose Trail.

We were thrilled to find a new hiking trail so close to home and impressed with the quality of the work gone into making it.

This trail is a huge asset to the community. in so many ways.

Having trails like this not only offers locals a different hiking choice but it also gives visitors a chance to explore this amazing area without having to drive very far.

We are looking forward to the completion of the trail and hope that everyone who has worked on it gets the credit they deserve.

Tracey LeBlond,

Jane Treweeke,

Inke Kase,

Terry Walker,

Terrace, BC

 

Editor’s note: The Steinhoe project, resulting in three kilometers of trail, was undertaken by the Terrace Off Road Cycling Association. Another trail, T2, connects to the Terrace Mountain network.

 

 

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