We are always looking for keen volunteers to come help us maintain and upkeep our trail system! If you are interested, please contact us at HVOALoganLake@gmail.com
- Mountain Bike trail expansion
- Install our own signage, entry point, log-in, and fee box at the new parking lot across from the Campground
- Salvage logs for future compound buildings
- Continue discussions and preparation for fire abatement treatment – with Logan Lake Community Forest.
- Possible trail closure from August -December (more info to come)
- Transmission repairs on the Snow Cat
- Regular 50 hour service on the Kubota
- Install weeping tile on Outer Limits mud hole
- Complete #4 Emergency Shelter
- Work on the Jack Lake Corner “Safety” log cabin
- Buy & Install tarps to roof canvas garage
- Develop new compound garage layout for equipment storage & maintenance
- May 2019 – Hosted Nite Trek for the Girl Guides & Scouts Canada
- September 2019 – Hosted the first ever Mountain Bike Race in Logan Lake
- October 2019 – Forestry approved the expansion of our mountain bike trails
- We created a reciprocal agreement with Overlander Ski Club for winter membership discounts.
- Replaced the signs with new ones & GPS information. Primarily updated the mountain bike trail information.
- Installed map signs on the mountain bike trails
- Installed weeping tile pipes on Upper Rudi’s Loop mud hole
- Placed wood chips and gravel, as available, on the worst of the mud holes
- Fallen trees removed off of many of the trail circuits
- Cleared the trails of debris
- Moved the brush and grass as possible
- Replaced a broken blade hub on the lawn mower
- Did routine service on the Snow Cat & replaced a broken track
2014 DEVELOPMENT WORK:
- New K9 Ski & Snow Shoe Trails.
- Build log “rest” benches.
- Build fixed “Fire Sites”.
- Applying for LLCF Grant for “Super Key Kids” & Hardy Equipment to work on trail system.
- Applying for Grants to replace Sno-Cat Groomer.
- Two new entry gates for foot traffic.
1. Snow Shoe Trails established.
2. Web Site created.
3. Trail signs updated and new signs installed.
4. Sno-cat rewired and other repairs.
5. Logan Lake Community Forest Corporation Grant enabled the employment of “Super Key Kids” to grub out snow shoe trails & remove encroaching growth on 20 Km of Trails.
6. Negotiated new 10 year Lease with Recreation Sites and Trails BC and registered the trail system for “All Season” non-motorized use.
2014 MAINTENANCE PLANS & REQUESTS:
To keep our trails & equipment operational requires 200 to 600 man hours per year. We need your help, so we can spread out the volunteer hours fairly. Note: Our new lease requires us to register all volunteers and work done. Call Duane @ (250)523-9330 to register.
Here are some suggestions:
1. Clean and paint interior of (5) outhouses.
2. Mechanics Assistance – equipment maintenance.
3. Volunteer on at least 2 work parties:
· Replace log bridge with culvert.
· Fallen tree removal (Firewood)
· Clear trails of rocks & debris.
· Grub back encroaching growth.
· Additional Groomer Driver or Assistant as go in pairs.