Are you interested in all the hiking opportunities in and around Prince George? Then you must pick up a copy of Volumes 1 and 2 of the Caledonia Ramblers trail guides. They contain complete descriptions of over 50 trails, along with directions to the trail head and trail ratings.
BC Parks would like to hear from the Caledonia Ramblers about the initial phase of its proposed management plan for the Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Park and Protected Area & Slim Creek Park, which it is developing collaboratively with the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation. BC Parks will be posting the project plan and an initial public comment form on its website (bcparks.ca/planning) for one month, starting Friday Feb. 8th.
Five Caledonia Ramblers are each proud owners of an Avalanche Canada Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 (AST I) certificate after successfully completing a two-day AST I course. The course was taught by Craig Evanoff and Bonnie Hooge of Dezaiko Lodge with the Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC helping to subsidizing part of the cost. The Ramblers believe that this is the first AST I course ever organized specifically for snowshoers among Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC clubs.