Contact Trails BC

The Trails Society of British Columbia
1247 Charter Hill Drive
(604) 942-6768

In order to report a TRAIL CLOSURE, please scroll down to our report form.

Trails BC Board of Directors

Executive Phone/E-mail
Léon Lebrun
(604) 942-6768
Vice President
Serge Touchette
(604) 460-0262
Ciel Sander
(250) 444-7547
Regional Council  
Regional Chair, Rocky Mountains
Al Skucas
(250) 489-1083
Regional Chair, West Kootenay
Al Skucas
(250) 489-1083
Regional Chair, Boundary
Ciel Sander
(250) 444-7547
Regional Chair, Okanagan
Marilyn Hansen
(250) 494-9265
Regional Chair, Southwest
Léon Lebrun
(604) 942-6768
Regional Chair, Vancouver Island
Clive Webber
Directors at Large  
Murphy Shewchuk
(250) 378-5930
Serge Touchette
(604) 460-0262
Larri Woodrow
(604) 888-2743
Bob Hart
(250) 295-2214
Neil Shuttleworth
Harry Waldron
Lee Andreasen
(778) 689-4650
Web Admin
Clive Webber

Trans Canada Trail Foundation

Trisha Kaplan ( is the Western/Northern Canada Trail Development Manager and serves as a liaison between Trails BC and the Trans Canada Trail Foundation. She is normally the point of contact for all inquiries related to trail building and the 2017 Connection Plan. For other contacts at Trans Canada Trail Foundation directly, please visit

Trans Canada Trail Trip Planning

For assistance in planning your next adventure on the Trans Canada Trail, you can contact the regional director above for the area that you will be visiting. For multiple regions or "cross-province" travel, simply contact us at

Disclaimer: This web site is a publication of the Trails Society of British Columbia (Trails BC). While reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information on this site is correct, Trails BC makes no warranty about the accuracy of this information and accepts no liability for any inconvenience or any direct or consequential loss arising from reliance upon this information. Viewers should be aware that sections of the Trans Canada Trail and linking trails or routes as well as other trails and routes mentioned within may pass through unsupervised wilderness areas. Trail conditions can change very rapidly and these changes may not be reflected here. Use of the information on this web site is at the viewers' own risk. This web site may contain hyperlinks to other web sites. Any links that are provided are for convenience only and may not be current. Links to other sites should not be construed as any endorsement, approval, recommendation or preference by Trails BC for the owners or operators of those sites or for any information, products or services referred to on those other sites. Trails BC reserves the right to make changes to the information and related graphics contained on this site at any time.



Report a Trail Closure


Trail maintenance issues are the responsibility of the Trail Steward, which is either the trail owner or a group given authorization to perform maintenance work. Trails BC is a trail steward for a very limited number of trail segments on the Trans Canada Trail; unfortunately, if a major trail issue occurs along the Trans Canada Trail, there is often very little we can do about it - but we can try to pass on the information to the trail steward, if one exists.

Information such as a precise location (GPS waypoint), photo, as well as your contact information is extremely helpful to ensure the problem is accurately reported.

AGAIN, DO NOT USE THIS FORM TO SUBMIT NOTICES ABOUT TRAILS THAT ARE NOT PART OF THE TRANS CANADA TRAIL. We will simply delete the submission and it will not be posted or passed on to anyone. If you need to report a closure on such a trail, please determine the trail owner or operator and send a notice to them.

Would it be unwise to continue through the closure or blockage? You may add more detail in your report.
Please enter your trail closure report. Include a GPS location or a detailed description of its precise location.
JPG format only, 3 MB max. You must click "upload" after selecting file.
If the blockage/closure can be bypassed, please include your recommended route to do so!