by Sally MacDonald - Cranbrook Daily Townsman
posted Jun 12, 2014 at 5:26 PM
Work has begun on a new section of the Trans Canada Trail between Cranbrook and Wardner.
The crushed gravel surfaced trail will follow the Isadore Canyon trail to Mayook, then continue along
an abandoned rail corridor to Wardner Provincial Park beside the Kootenay River, with a bypass
around private land in Mayook.
A connector trail will link the Cranbrook to Wardner trail with the rest stop on Highway 3 in Mayook
known as the Ramparts Lake rest area.
The project is being led by trail enthusiasts in the community, said Al Skucas, a Cranbrook-based
Trails BC director.