On behalf of Ridgemont Holdings Ltd., Parastone is pleased to announce that a portion of the Ridgemont trails network will be open to the public effective at 4:00 p.m. Friday, May 15th, 2020.
Parastone would like to thank the community for respecting the temporary closure of the Ridgemont trails over the 2019/2020 winter. “We understand the frustration felt by trail users during this time and truly appreciate their patience and commitment,” said Simon Howse, General Manager for Parastone. Parastone has completed a safety inspection of the trails to ensure they are cleared of any brush and debris in time for the Victoria Day long weekend.
“We are very excited to announce the opening of the following Ridgemont trails and encourage trail users to refer to trail maps such as Trailforks online to ensure they are utilizing open trails,” added Howse.
• Brads Gay Trail
• Lower FloWrkr
• Branch A Road
• Queen V
• Broken Derailleur
• Coal Creek Heritage Trail
• Space Unicorn
• Trans Canada Trail (TGT-TCT-EVT-CDT)
• What’s Up Doc
The following trails remain closed due to safety concerns. Parastone is in the process of reopening these trails as soon as possible:
• Deadfall Downhill
• Kids Stuff (top-bottom)
• Eric’s Trail (top-mid-bottom)
• Splitting Bears (bottom)
• Hessian (bottom)
Most importantly, Parastone would like to ask all trail users to follow Provincial Health Guidelines with respect to COVID-19 protocols and social distancing during these challenging times.
Play safe, respect each other, and have fun!