August 2015 Trail and Road Conditions


Trail Conditions Update – August 24, 2015 TRAILS: Conditions are good on most of the GDT. Trails are mainly dry and snowfree. It’s berry season! Your chances of running into a bear on the trail are higher at this time of year. Berry bushes are found throughout the GDT, often…

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July 2015 Trail and Road Conditions


Trail Conditions Update – July 27, 2015 TRAILS: Conditions are good on most of the GDT. Trails are mainly dry with some wet and muddy sections and possible snow patches at higher elevations. The wildflower bloom is early this year! WILDFIRE UPDATE: Rain and cooler temperatures have decreased fire danger in…

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June 2015 Trail and Road Conditions


Trail Conditions Update – June 17, 2015 WILDFIRE UPDATE: Currently there are no fire bans for the GDT but there is a wildfire burning near the southern boundary of the Willmore Wilderness Area about 15 km northeast of the GDT. TRAILS: Conditions are continuing to improve. Hiking trails at lower elevations…

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MEC Community Contributions Grant


The Great Divide Trail Association has received a MEC Community Contributions Grant to help fund this summer’s trail maintenance trip at Aldridge Creek! Thank you to MEC for continuing to support our efforts to establish our trail along Canada’s Great Divide!

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Pathfinder Newsletter – April 2015

Fording River Pass

After one of the mildest winters in a long time, the snow levels in the mountains are unusually low and melting fast. With this warm spring weather, we are all looking forward to getting back up in the mountains and on the Great Divide soon! Trail Maintenance 2015 Where: Aldridge…

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April 2015 Trail and Road Conditions


Trail Conditions Update – APRIL 17, 2015 Spring is transition time on the GDT. Hiking trails at lower elevations vary from bare and muddy to slushy and icy, while trails at higher elevation remain snowbound with potential avalanche risk. Trails can be icy in the morning but warm daytime temperatures are…

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