Lois Creek trails are popular for hiking and biking in the non-snow months, and for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. The area offers a variety of trail experiences including double- and single-track routes weaving through mature forest and rock outcroppings, often along Lois Creek. Trails are mostly beginner to intermediate, with a few technical single-track trails containing roots and loose rocks.
Each year Friends of Lois Creek (FOLC), a member group of the Kimberley Trails Society, manages ongoing trail maintenance, an invasive weed-pulling program, improvements to infrastructure, and a number of organized events. FOLC also works with community organizations to facilitate learning about the Lois Creek watershed.
Lois Creek trails are accessed from Townsite, a subdivision in the northeast corner of Kimberley. There are three main entrances:
1. Elko Street Entrance: 8 Avenue and Elko Street
2. Lindsay Park Entrance: north end of Trail Street
3. Centennial Hall Entrance:
4 Avenue and Waldie Road near Centennial Centre
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Hi there, thanks for all the great work you do on Lois Creek Trails! How do I join your group for work parties, weed pulls, etc?
Thanks for your interest in Lois Creek Trails. Volunteers are always welcome! We have a small management group, the Friends of Lois Creek, that oversees all activities in the trail system. These days most of the trail maintenance work is done by the Kimberley Trails Society, and Rec Sites and Trails BC provides overall guidance and support. Please email me at email@example.com or call 250-427-5793 to discusss your areas of interest and how you may be able to contribute.
Thanks and cheers,