Trails Society of BC

Welcome to the Trails Society of BC's official website. We are a registered non-profit with charity status.  We have a mandate to assemble and preserve the British Columbian section of the Trans Canada Trail, as well as advocate for the expansion, sustainability and preservation of greenway trails in B.C.


We dedicate ourselves to keep our information updated.  We invite you to be part of our grand vision of a Trans Canada Trail/The Great Trail and our quest for quality greenway experiences for non-motorized trail users. You can pariticipate by becoming a Trails BC member, a volunteer, or a donor.  


2018 Newsletter - providing you with reports, trail updates and stories, and reminders.


Become a member of the Trails BC Meetup Group and discover with a leader the tour excursions described on the Trails BC website.


Discover magnificent scouted out adventure cycles and walks or hikes by going to our Loop and Linear Trails Touring pages! Here are a few of the most recent additions: 

We love to receive comments regardng your experiences with them by emailing


The TCT25 Top 3 completing the posted trail cycle and hike tours while celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Trans Canada Trail receiving awards and sponsored prizes by MEC and TREK Bikes are: Jon Nightingale, Joette Heuft, and Daryl Sturdy.  All three chose to do the hike excursions with Jon hiking a minimum of 422 km while completing 38 of the trail tours.  The challenge was to complete 25 bike or walking tours.  We are pleased that many of you registered and got started on these trail tours.  All took on the challenge by inviting others along.  We are aware many others took in the outings without registering.  Hopefully you will continue enjoying more of them.  The same trail tours and additional ones can now be found as Loops and Linear Touiring on this website.  Link here for a full lsiting of sponsors and partners.


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