Logging Update

SAFETY NOTICE!!! Sqomish Forestry is active where you ride.

They started falling, road building and logging in Ring Creek last week. Generally there was very little traffic due to there still being about 20 cm of snow on the ground. However, much of the snow is now gone below about 450m so there has been a noticeable increase in bike and pedestrian traffic. So far all of the bikers have been cooperative and friendly, so no issues.

1. We are active in the general area of Pseudotsuga, Tinder, Word of Mouth, Skookum and Middle and Lower Powersmart. We are endeavoring to keep all trails open, but there may be some short [few minutes to few hours] closures required.

2. We have lots of safety signage and several traffic control people posted at key road and trail locations. Please respect and obey all posted signs and traffic control personnel.

3. We also have trucks and equipment moving on the Ring Creek North FSR and need the turning/parking area at the start of the Ring Creek North FSR [bottom of Half Nelson] left clear so that trucks can make the turn. Please respect the posted NO PARKING signs.

4. We hope to have all the logging completed by the end of April.

5. If someone must get past a working machine and there is no traffic control person, please approach very slowly and get the operator’s attention before approaching within 30m of the machine.

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