Lake Country BC community rallies together for safer trails – Okanagan

Two trails within the Lake Nation neighbourhood of Carr’s Touchdown have gotten a makeover.

The neighbourhood got here collectively to make sure that the paths might be extra user-friendly for folks of all ages and talents, in all climate situations.

“It was once actually, actually steep and now I’ve rheumatoid arthritis and I can transfer down there fairly simply now in order that’s been an actual enchancment,” stated Marie Molloy, District of Lake Nation Entry & Age-friendly Committee chairperson.

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Molloy joined forces with The District of Lake Nation, group group Stroll Round Lake Nation (W.A.L.C.) and the Carr’s Touchdown Group and Recreation Affiliation to safe funds for the challenge.

It consists of upgrades to the Maki Street to Coral Seashore Street Path and the Coral Seashore North Path to degree out steep slopes and set up the handrail. The entire challenge together with the worth of fabric and labour price roughly $12,000.

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“In 2019, Carr’s Touchdown Group and Recreation Affiliation put collectively a survey and to enhance these trails, two of those trails right here in Coral Seashore have been recognized as a excessive precedence,” stated Molloy.

The additional security measures now put in place imply that extra folks can benefit from the trails, safely.

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