NEWS

  • 17 Apr 2018 5:35 PM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    It is time to join the KCTS or renew your KCTS membership! 

    Show your support for our trails and the funding required to build and maintain them by joining the KCTS.

    We have draw prizes donated by our excellent business community to encourage you to renew or become a KCTS member.

    The draw will be for members only (including lifetime member) and will take place May 1st.

    The prizes are the following:

    MSR snowshoes donated by Powder Hound (value $375)

    $100 gift certificate from Revolution Cycles and Service

    $100 gift certificate from Gerick Sports

    1 hour mountain bike lesson from Kootenay Mountain Biking (value $80)


    Rossland Businesses combo pack 1 (value $122) 

    There are 2 of these to be won.

    It includes: 

        A stainless steel 2 liter growler donated by The Rossland Brewing Company 

        A $20 gift certificate from the Flying Steam Shovel

        A $40 gift certificate from Aka Dake Sushi

        A drop in pass from Better Life Fitness

     


    Rossland Businesses combo pack 2 (value $132) 

    There is 1 of these to be won.

    It includes: 

        A stainless steel 2 liter growler donated by The Rossland Brewing Company 

        A $20 gift certificate from the Flying Steam Shovel

        A $25 gift certificate from the Alpine Grind

        A $25 gift certificate from Kootaney Gateway

        A drop in pass from Better Life Fitness


    Rossland Businesses combo pack 3 (value $77) 

    There are 3 of these to be won.

    It includes: 

        A $20 gift certificate from the Flying Steam Shovel

        A Flying Steam Shovel ball cap

        A $25 gift certificate from the Alpine Grind

        A drop in pass from Better Life Fitness


    Thanks to the businesses that donated prizes.


  • 01 Feb 2018 12:46 PM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    Meeting starts at 7 pm. Please attend if you would like to get involved or are interested in finding out what the KCTS does.

  • 18 Jan 2018 12:41 PM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    Please be aware that trees are falling due to heavy snow load and there are downed trees on the trails. Use caution.

    Note that the KCTS does not maintain trails in the winter.

  • 30 Nov 2017 7:17 PM | Scott Forsyth (Administrator)

    Thanks to all that came out to the AGM.

    The KCTS has a full board.

    They are:

    Ryan Kuhn - President

    Scott Forsyth - Vice president

    Vince Booth - Secretary

    Brent Kochan - Treasurer

    Erik Laithwaite

    Rory Belter

    Gord McAlpine

    If you would like to help on one of our committees please talk to any of us or contact the KCTS at information@kcts.ca 

    The following committees are looking for help:

    - Community engagement 

    - Membership Drive Spring 2018


About the KCTS

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society is a registered, non-profit society, based in Rossland B.C., funded by and serving the communities of the Lower Columbia region. We exist to manage, maintain and develop a regional network of recreational trails for a variety of non-motorized trail users. These trails serve as a popular amenity for local residents, and as a significant draw for visitors.

The Society is governed by a dedicated volunteer board, and operations are carried out by an experienced professional trails manager and crew. Most of our trails are located on private property, and public access is only made possible by the generous cooperation of the landowners, who enter into insured agreements with the Society.

The KCTS depends highly on public support to make the trail network better each year. Some of the ways you can help include becoming a member, a local business supporter, volunteering, or making a donation.