Hike in Armstrong

The Armstrong/Spallumcheen Trails Society is partnering with Armstrong/Spallumcheen Parks and Recreation to offer another guided hike.

  • Oct. 16, 2015 4:00 p.m.

The Armstrong/Spallumcheen Trails Society is partnering with Armstrong/Spallumcheen Parks and Recreation to offer another guided hike.

Following on the heels of hikes taken to Thomas Hayes Ecological Reserve and Rose Swanson, this time participants will be able to walk two trails around the city of Armstrong Oct. 24.

Anyone interested can meet in Memorial Park on Pleasant Valley Road by the cenotaph at 10 a.m. The hike will take about an hour and will be a circle route, so will end in the park. The walk is family and age friendly.

Once back at the park, the Age Friendly Community Advisory Committee will give a demonstration on how to use the exercise equipment in Memorial.

The trails include road connectors and information and maps are available at the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce office on Mill Street or on the Trails Society website, astrailssociety.com, or call 250-546-8335.

 

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