Take in fall colours in the Slocan Valley

What better way to take in the changing of the seasons than along the Slocan River?

What better way to take in the changing of the seasons than along the Slocan River? This year, the Slocan Valley Heritage Trail Society are inviting you to join them on the Slocan Valley Rail Trail for a bike ride to share the splendor.

The annual fall colours bike ride will be taking place this year on Sunday, October 14 beginning at noon from the Passmore trail head.

Bring your bike, helmet and your enthusiasm and ride the trail north. However far people ride will be dependent on them.

When folks return from their ride they will find refreshments waiting at Passmore. A donation is requested for these, with the proceeds going towards CUSO, in support of local resident and former school trustee, Barb Lindsay’s going to work for them in Zanzibar.

Do you know where the Passmore trail head is? It will be easy to find now all the major trail heads in the Slocan Valley rail trail have highway markers up Need more info? Call 1-888-683-SVRT.


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