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My wife and I feel very fortunate to have enjoyed cycling most of the trail. It is well maintained and signed and has several spots to stop in and enjoy the hospitality of the local restaurants. We applaud the communities and the BC government that...More
My family of four biked this trail, including two daughters aged 4 & 8 (little one was on a trail-a-bike). This section offered beautiful vistas of the Slocan river and the the lush landscape. It was truly stunning, and one of the highlights of our...More
Walking, bicycling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing from Crescent Valley to Slocan. Spectacular forest and river views all year round, Trumpeter swans from December to March up between Lemon Creek and Slocan. Cross-Country ski trails groomed so well and regularly by the wonderful Rail Trail Society volunteers....More
Friends and I trail run during the summer and cross country ski during the winter along the rail trail. The trails are well maintained and beautiful every season. Perfect for a walk or ski and then lunch at Frog Peak Cafe.
The Slocan Valley Rail Trail has no more than a 3% grade from Crescent Valley to Slocan, is groomed well during the snow season by volunteers with a great packing and cross-country ski tracking machine. It is great for walking and bicycle and horseback riding...More
We live right beside it, however the views along the river and fields are great. They track set the trail in winter for the x country skiers, summer is great for bikes, horses, walking, our section is non motorized. I am referring to the section...More
Running along the river, there are only a few sections where you cannot see the water with the soaring mountains behind it. It is an old railway, so the grade is very gradual and the curves very wide. Perfectly safe for children. I rode my...More
A very easy ride winding through various vegetation and farming areas. We saw lots of wildflowers and a bald eagle. It was very quiet in August. Started at Slocan Lake which is lovely and rode through the town. The Springer Creek RV and Camp ground...More