We have Updated our Web Site

While appearing similar to the previous site, there are some significant differences. Improvements we hope. The new site is slightly wider to allow for the larger righthand sidebar, and the sidebars now appear either side of the blog. The main differences and additions are:

  • Trailfinder is now incorporated into the main website. The old version is still functional if you have bookmarked it.
  • A Featured Trail is presented weekly in the righthand sidebar.
  • Below the Featured Trail is a Featured Post that is changed monthly, or when there is an old post that is particularly relavent.
  • The High Rockies Trail Guide is available to read on-screen or you can download it as a 26 page pdf to print out.
  • Blog Topics and Hiking Blogs are our version of a blog archive. You can also use the search box at the top of the righthand column.
2 comments… add one
  • Gillean Daffern Jun 11, 2018, 12:33 pm

    It should be TransAlta reserve land as far as Horseshoe Falls. Maybe the notice is after that? If you have time, Kelly, maybe you could go and take a look and report back with pics?

  • Kelly Jun 10, 2018, 3:50 pm

    Hello. I just visited Trailfest and obtained some good information about our great backyard. Thought I would ask about Horseshoe Canyon….it’s in the trailbook and in this website but I don’t believe it is accessible anymore because a “no trespassing” barricade and a notice that it is Treaty 7 land is posted? Please comment if I am misunderstanding and perhaps clarify this on your website. Thank you, Kelly.

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