Cultus Lake residents and visitors gather and walk along a pathway carrying glow sticks and flashing lights while taking part in Light up the Trail, an event in conjunction with the nation-wide Trans Canada Trail Canada 150 celebration on Saturday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Trans Canada Trail celebration in Chilliwack

The pathway along Cultus Lake at Main Beach was aglow Saturday night as part of Light up the Trail

Above, Cultus Lake residents and visitors gathered and walked along a pathway carrying glow sticks and flashing lights while taking part in Light up the Trail, an event in conjunction with the nation-wide Trans Canada Trail Canada 150 celebration on Saturday.

At dusk, attendees of all ages walked and biked the Main Beach waterfront path carrying glowing lights.

On Aug. 26, along with Trans Canada Trail groups and municipalities across Canada, the local event was part of a giant simultaneous celebration captured on a multimedia platform and published online.

The free family event also featured food, entertainment and giveaways.

For more: thegreattrail.ca/celebrate.

 

(Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

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