FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Blizzard Bicycle Club got another donation, this time from Canadian Natural, to put up trail signage at Beatton Provincial Park.
Last week, the club got a donation for a Snowdog trail grooming machine. This week, a generous donation of $6,144.99 covered the cost of new trail signs for the park.
“As part of the Blizzard Bicycle Club’s ongoing improvements to the park, the mountain bike trail network has been meticulously signed so that now when you are out wandering around on these great trails, there is little chance of getting lost,” said Blizzard Bicycle Club President, Dan Webster.
The mountain bike trail network was created through a partnership agreement with BC Parks, and the signs are part of the planned development to improve the experience of users to plan a bike ride, hike, run or snowshoe in the park.
Since 2017, the development has included over 12 kilometres of the Whiskey Jack Nordic Ski Club’s trails for single and double-tracked trails.
“The industrious trail gnomes at the Blizzard Bicycle Club worked hard to deploy these signs, so please give them and the fantastic people at Canadian Natural a big thank you as you are enjoying this wonderful trail network.”
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