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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

BC Parks’ staff and volunteers complete trail-building project at Hakai

Posted on January 30, 2013

Categories: Community Engagement | Our People

Written by: Coast Mountain News For the past three years, BC Parks, in collaboration with the Hakai Beach Institute and the Hakai Luxvbalis Collaborative Management Board, has undertaken a facility...

Guest Post: Fat Dog 100 Trail Race

Posted on January 16, 2013

Categories: Community Engagement | Community Event

Written by Heather Macdonald, Mountain Madness Trail Running 120 miles is not only a daunting distance for the racers but it’s a major undertaking for the race committee to make sure the route is...

Ecological Reserve Wardens Enjoy Lunch in Spences Bridge

Posted on January 11, 2013

Categories: Community Engagement

Written by Bruce Petch, BC Parks Area Supervisor, Thompson-Cariboo Region Driving through Spences Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway, you might miss the The Packing House Restaurant. This funky...

Guest Blog: Black Mtn., Cypress Provincial Park Volunteers

Posted on December 20, 2012

Categories: Community Engagement

From Andrew Wong, 2012 Knee Knackered Trail Day Coordinator For the second consecutive year, BC Parks asked the Knee Knackered community for help to build and repair bog bridges on the Baden...

Guest Blog: Tetrahedron Outdoor Club

Posted on November 5, 2012

Categories: Community Engagement

Tags: Backcountry

25 years to celebrate: Many thanks to those who created & maintain Tetrahedron Provincial Park   by Heather Conn (original post here) On paper, it sounds like routine parks work: Build...


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