Sunshine Coast Trails Society AGM When 7:00 pm, Monday November 2, 2020 via ZOOM (zoom invitation to follow) A reminder to join us for the Annual General Meeting of the Sunshine Coast Trails Society.  This will include a conversation with our new Rec Officer, Luke Clark.   Following will be AGM […]

2020 AGM


Some good advice from SORCA Ride/recreate alone (and tell someone where you are) or with people you live with. Keep at least 2 meters (6 feet) distance AT ALL-TIMES from anyone outside household. This includes driving separately to the trail-head if needed. If riding with a friend, ask If they […]

Stay Safe




Prepared by Robert Allen. When around the Wormy Lake Karst, Peter Hews is in his element, or to pardon the pun, elements – calcium, copper, iron, etc.  Peter is a semi-retired geologist and a member of the Sunshine Coast Natural History Society and has given a few presentations at the […]

Wormy Lake Karst


BC Timber Sales (BCTS) has updated their five year plan which is available online and available for comment through April 17th. The BCTS plan site can be found here: https://www.for.gov.bc.ca/BCTS/areas/TCH/FSP-DSC-IS-3-2018.htm We have projected the cut block plans onto a base map that contains, at least some of our local trails. This view […]

BC Timber Sales 2018 – 2022 Operating Plan


On New Years day, railway enthusiasts Peter Hews and John Clyde installed the new interpretive sign Loco-Motive Trail – Ties to the Past. A big thank you goes out to Dave Lasser from the Community Forest for sponsoring the sign and Rand Rudland from the Sargeant Bay Society for sign […]

Loco-Motive Trail Sign





The Sunshine Coast Trails Society made an SCRD Grant In Aid application with a local trail builder for a bike trailer and mesh for the trails. It is already being put to good use! Thanks to the SCRD for supporting our local trail heros!  

SCRD Grant In Aid Money Put To Good Use



Recently warning signs were put up on the downhill bike trail Mach Chicken. The signing was done in the name of safety and in an effort to reduce the hiker/rider conflict of people walking up the trail. With the confluence of the Health Trail onto the bike trail, hikers have […]

Keeping the trails safe – Mach Chicken