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Salmon Arm Foreshore Raven Trail
Salmon Arm & Area
Trail Notes / Current Conditions:
TRAIL CLOSURE: Salmon Arm Bay Raven Foreshore (SABNES) Trail Closed for Extensive Sanitary Sewer Maintenance - The City of Salmon Arm is closing the foreshore trail between December 27th (day after boxing day) and March 31st, 2017 (or earlier, if completion is quicker than expected) for construction & maintenance of city infrastructure, including the sanitary sewer and the trail. Parts of the trail will need to be widened in order to allow for the access of heavy equipment, but upgrade of the trails is included in the work. For further information contact the City of Salmon Arm at 250-803-4000. (Posted: Dec. 23, 2016)
Foreshore Trail Dog Walking Monitoring Plan - for information on the monitoring program click here. For further information or to report trail issues please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please Report Bylaw Infractions to City of Salmon Arm Animal Control: 250-833-8492.
Boardwalk and viewing platforms for excellent bird watching in one of the Province’s premier migratory estuaries, plus a side trail out to Christmas Island for fine views of the bay and waterfowl. It doesn't get any better or more beautiful than this. Be sure to review the dog access rules and monitoring program here, and help to protect this very special area. Part of the Salmon Arm Nature Bay Trails.
Additional Information: www.sabnes.org
Trailhead is at the east end of Harbourfront Drive in downtown Salmon Arm, on the north side of the Railroad tracks. Alternate route starts at Raven subdivision at the foot of 47th Ave.
Access Map: Google Maps
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This is protected sensitive riparian habitat. Please stay to designated trail, and respect seasonal closures due to nesting and flooding. Dogs are only allowed on the main trail and must be kept on a short leash (max. 2 meters) at all times to prevent impact to the surrounding nesting habitat. Dogs are not allowed off the main trail on any of the viewing decks or Christmas Island. No Dogs are allowed on the main trail during the critical nesting season between April 15 and June 15 each year.
Click on any image to enlarge it.A collection of trail photos taken by the public.