Submitted by juliek on November 26, 2013 - 18:33
Did you miss our AGM? No problem! We have loaded our presentation so you can be informed and up to date on our member club, committee, land and trail work accomplishments for 2013. Our financial information is also included.
Click the link below to view our presentation. Please note the file will automatically go into your downloads. You will find the file in your Downloads folder and can view from there.
Submitted by juliek on November 5, 2013 - 11:10
We are holding our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, November 21st at 7pm at Red Tree Lodge. Please see the links below for the Agenda and new By-Law. We look forward to seeing you there.
Submitted by juliek on October 8, 2013 - 10:23
The FTA was nominated for the BC Parks Volunteer Group of the Year for 2012. The fact that we were nominated recognizes all of the hard work and dedication our volunteers have accomplished. Thank you and keep up the good work. More details can be found on BC Parks website.
Submitted by juliek on August 22, 2013 - 12:24
Our new pocket maps are now available at GearHub Sports, The Guide's Hut, Ski Base, and Straight Line Bike & Ski.
Thank you to Teck for sponsoring our maps. All proceeds will go back to the Fernie Trails Alliance.
Submitted by juliek on August 1, 2013 - 19:10
Terry Nelson, the President of the Fernie Trails Alliance was presented a cheque in the amount of $4550 from the Fernie TransRockies Society last week at the TransRockies Challenge opening ceremonies. This cheque was as a result of the Wild Mountain Fernie Ultra and Enduro Event held in Fernie the end of June. These funds will go back into maintaining the Fernie trails we love! Thank you to all volunteers, participants and organizers who made this donation possible.
We had our grand opening of the enhanced Coal Creek Heritage Trail this past weekend. Read more about it in the attached press release. For further information and to view the interpretive panels go to our 2013 projects list on the website.
Our crew put in a lot of hours working on our trails over the past year. Here are some highlights of the work completed including Gorby Trail, Old Goat, Kush and Hessian. Thank you to all the volunteers for your hard work!
One of our projects for this year is installing new signs on our biking and hiking trails. The new signs contain a map and rate the trail's difficulty. Our crew has been busy staining posts and installing signs over the last few weeks. A lot of the signs have already been installed in Ridgemont and in the Provincial Park.