New Nature Park Trail Guide

After many months of hard work and numerous revisions, we are excited to announce that the new, fifth edition Kimberley Nature Park Trail Guide is now available for purchase at outlets around Kimberley. Sporting a new look with a fantastic cover image by local wildlife photographer Larry Tooze, the guide is an essential companion for anyone using the park trail system. The cover photo of a pine marten was taken by Larry Tooze along Duck Pond Trail. The new guide includes an updated map showing a number of trails constructed or renovated over the last several years including Tora Bora Ridge, Trickledown Trail and Southwest Passage. The overall look and feel has been simplified with a cleaner,

New Trickledown Trail is worth a try

The junction of Trickledown Trail and Romantic Ridge. A couple of years ago we started thinking about a new trail for the nature park, and with plenty of research and lots of volunteer assistance, work on it is now complete. Designed with bikes in mind, the new Trickledown Trail connects Romantic Ridge with Upper Army Road. skirting alongside Hole #7 at the Trickle Creek Golf Course. Before Trickledown Trail was built, access from the north end of the park around the golf course involved steep climbs and descents. Many people wanted to build a more moderate route to the park from the existing trails above Levirs Ave and Norton Ave. We knew that an improved route would deliver more hikers --

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