The local hiking group punched in some new trails around the Mike Lake area and extensions to existing trails - all unsanctioned by BC Parks but that's another story - that can make for some pretty good loops.
TBH, they've punched a LOT of new trails and line extensions in the park over the past few years. Granted most of these are just flagged paths through the woods that don't disrupt much (right now), but if mountain bikers did this on the same scale, it'd be shut down quickly and the world would end shortly thereafter.
Eric Dunning Trail at Mike Lake is in horrendous shape right now.
Alouette Mt trail is ok, but starting to show the effects of its age and the fact that little to no work has ever been done on it.
Menzies Trail is good.
Corral Trail is good but busy. There's more traffic on foot and on horseback than in the past, and horse riders still expect bikers to dismount while passing. I don't know why people on horseback don't dismount as well, because the number of pepole who have problems controlling their animals around others is astounding to me.
There was a film crew on the main road in the Mike Lake area last week, but it should be complete now.
"It's, like, so much fun."