Evacuation ALERT

1Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area | Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area Read More


2Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake | Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake Read More


3Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 | Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 Read More


Evacuation ORDER

Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 | Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 Read More


Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area | Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area Read More


Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order | Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order Read More


Hallis Lake Low Mobility Trail

The Hallis Lake Low Mobility Trail is located at the Hallis Lake Cross Country Ski Centre and opened in August 2014. The trail was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Cariboo Ski Touring Club, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition and the provincial government through the BC Community Recreation Program.

Approximately 750 metres long and featuring a packed, crushed gravel surface, the trail travels through forest down to an accessible lookout with a bench on the shore of lovely Hallis Lake before looping back to the Hallis Lake cross country ski lodge. The trail has a gentle grade with one optional steeper section on the way back to the lodge.

At the trailhead, an information kiosk displays a map of the Hallis Lake Low Mobility Trail and an accessible outhouse is provided for visitors’ convenience. An accessible pullout with a bench is offered along the trail.

Hallis Lake Cross Country Ski Centre is located 14.5 km east of Quesnel on Quesnel Hydraulic Road. Ongoing management of the site is provided by the Cariboo Ski Touring Club.

 


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