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Are you looking for the most current information about our local trails? Then look no further then the Caledonia Ramblers Trail Guide! It is the most current trail guide for the trails around Prince George, and we update it regularly. We know what the current access of the trails is like, and other important information as we hike up the trails frequently. And the best part is if you buy one of our trail guides (or both), you are supporting maintenance of our trails. Our club spends a good deal of the Summer working on the trails so that they are easily accessible to all hikers, club members or not. You might even be lucky to spot some of our members cleaning a trail that you are hiking on. Without the help of the volunteer trail workers, there would be no trail!
If you are interested in all the hiking opportunities in and around Prince George, then you must pick up a copy of these two trail guides. They contain complete descriptions of over 50 trails, along with directions and trail ratings.
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The Caledonia Ramblers will be leading an Easy (A2a) hike up Teapot Mountain, 56 km north of Prince George near Summit Lake, on Sunday, May 8. Although this hike is short in terms of distance, the ascent is steep. Please meet 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time of 9 a.m. in the parking lot behind Prince George City Hall. The carpool fee is $5.
For more information, please call Kim S. at 778-349-3731.
The Caledonia Ramblers Hiking Society would like to welcome all new hikers who have found their way to our website. Go check out what we have in store for 2016. We have some awesome trips! The 2016 Hiking Schedule is now online for viewing at http://caledoniaramblers.ca/schedule-2/.
Speaking of hiking, NOW is a GREAT time to take out Club membership. For only $30 per person and $7 extra for each family member for insurance, it’s a steal of a deal! You get a trip EVERY Sunday from May 2015 until the end of 2017. You can’t beat that! Let us show you all the awesome hikes in the area. You can find more info about membership and also download all the forms required to get a membership at http://caledoniaramblers.ca/club-info/memberships/. If you have any questions about getting a membership, or about our hikes in general, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you on a hike with us in the near future! Please note that you are allowed to join us on a trip 2 times before being required to have a membership.
SUGARBOWL/VIKING RIDGE CROSSOVER HIKE/SNOWSHOE
The Caledonia Ramblers will be tackling a Very Strenuous (E5e) hike/snowshoe, the Sugarbowl/Viking Ridge crossover, approximately 80 km east of Prince George, on Sunday, May 1. Please meet no later then 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time of 6 a.m. in the parking lot behind Prince George City Hall. The earlier departure time is to allow participants to make the most of the available daylight and enjoy the best snow conditions. The carpool fee is $7.
For more information, please call Lyle at 250-562-8050.
TOWLER FALLS HIKE (QUESNEL AREA)
The Caledonia Ramblers will be leading an Easy/Moderate (B2a) hike to Towler Falls, southeast of Quesnel, on Sunday, May 1. Please meet 10 minutes before the scheduled departure time of 8 a.m. in the parking lot behind Prince George City Hall. Hikers from Prince George will meet with hikers from Quesnel at the weigh scales immediately north of Quesnel, on the east side of Hwy. 97, at approximately 9:30 a.m. before continuing on to the trailhead. The carpool fee is $13.
For more information regarding the hike, please call Joe at 250-747-1736. For more information regarding meeting times and locations, please call Tim at 250-301-8247.
Recreation and Culture Award of Merit
Congratulations Nowell, for receiving the Recreation and Culture Award of Merit this past Saturday at the 2016 Civic Appreciation Dinner. It was for his work on the Ancient Forest.
Ali came to Prince George for the winter to house sit – sort of a second home for a few months. Not satisfied with a second home, Ali joined the Ramblers and found a third home!
Now Ali is leaving Prince George this week to another chapter as it were, and wanted to celebrate by squeezing in two more hikes with the club in her last week here.
You can see Ali celebrating by dancing by the Douglas Firs at Forest for the World on the Whose Home Trail trip, and three days later on a final bushwhack trip on Cranbrook Hill (Good-bye with Ali trip) with Sherry, Moon and Nowell.