north slocan trails society

The North Slocan Trails Society is a non-profit society of volunteers whose mandate is to develop and maintain a robust and sustainable trail system in the north end of the Slocan Valley for all users and all seasons.

Latest news

  • i-CAT Survey

    Ilver (from Silverton) and Enver (from New Denver), the lynx promoting the link

    A working committee of the North Slocan Trails Society is currently trying to move forward the idea of a cycling/pedestrian connection between New Denver and Silverton. The i-CAT (inter-community active transportation) Link would focus on safe, direct, year-round transportation physically separated from traffic. It would likely run parallel to Highway 6, thus minimizing the obstacles…

  • Butter Me (not quite) Up

    Butter Me Up is not yet finished and open to ride, but it’s getting close. Please hold off for the next two weeks so it is safe and packed and finished – any riding now could damage the soggy trail surface before it is finished and you really don’t want to bump into a machine…

  • Updating Signage

    As part of a collaborative signage project with the Sandon Historical Society we reached out to Wayne McCrory of the Valhalla Wilderness Society to replace some of the photos in the K&S Trail kiosk in Three Forks. The Valhalla Wilderness Society installed the kiosks 20 years ago this year! There are plans for additional interpretive…

  • Telegraph Bridge

    On Friday morning, a handful of volunteers joined forces with our trail crew for some bridge building on the Telegraph Trail…. what a beauty she is! First tracks by Odin and Ormond (above).

  • Name that park!

    We are getting closer to completing our all wheels park project and are looking for a new name…. something a little catchier than ‘New Denver All Wheels Park’! If you think you’ve come up with the perfect name, please email us with your suggestion!

  • Idaho Area Trail Updates

    Brian the Machine is at it again! Busy getting trails open . Thank you! “On May 13, I headed up Old Sandon Road to H Road and Alamo.¬†Trees and low alder now cleared from Alamo Jct. up to the 1200 snow line on H Road.¬† “I then headed up the Alamo Wagon Road with my…