Walking on Sunshine

Walking is one of the simplest forms of lifelong exercise, yet it’s no fun to embark on a trail that ends up being too hilly, uneven or narrow for all users to enjoy. On the Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast Tourism, the Sunshine Coast Regional District, the District of Sechelt and the Town of Gibsons, with funding from the 2018 Age-Friendly Communities Grant Program, have partnered to release a User-Friendly Trail Guide that provides maps, photos, elevation profiles, detailed access and parking instructions and other amenities on favourite regional trails, from Langdale to Egmont. Considering that the Sunshine Coast Regional District manages and maintains 16.79 kilometres of paved bike paths, 71.6 kilometres of trails, and 102 beach accesses and community parks, this 47-page guide could be your new summer pal. sechelt.ca/parks

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