View from the Glacier Gulch

Twin Falls Recreation Site closed next week for upgrades

People looking to hike up to Twin Falls or Glacier Gulch next week will have to reschedule.

People looking to hike up to Twin Falls or Glacier Gulch next week will have to reschedule.

The Twin Falls Recreation Site and access to the two popular hiking trails will be closed due to construction and site upgrades from Monday, Sept. 29 to Friday, Oct. 3.

According to a post by Recreation Sites & Trails B.C., there will be heavy equipment on-site completing campsite levelling, installing a concrete accessible outhouse, improving parking and the provision of an accessible campsite.

If you have any questions, contact sites and trails staff at 250-847-6300.

 

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