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As the fall sets in we will finalize the route and begin to cut back brush and fallen trees from the future path.
I am of the mindset that the heat simply changes how we play outside in the summer, rather than limits it, says Sam Waddington.
Chilliwack seems to have embraced the early arrival of spring this year, and already the trails are buzzing with activity.
I have chosen to highlight some of these athletes and give a window into the underground outdoor culture emerging in our lovely little burg.
Keep your eyes posted as we the snow lifts in the Spring of 2015 and the Chilliwack Trails Society begins their work on our needy trails.
Peter and Shahla have travelled the world, seen 77 countries and spoke the local languages. They are Globetrotters.
When I think about Chilliwack, I see contrasts and I see so much beauty.
Work is beginning to rebuild sections of the Mt. Slesse trail that accesses this incredible piece of backcountry.
There are many misconceptions about bears and how people should interact with them; it is my aim to dispel some of those false notions.
If human free flight is on your bucket list, then Chilliwack is the place for you.
This project has put the spotlight on the secondary and tertiary waterways within our city,on the south side of town and the north