This from the SORCA Exec:
"Just a reminder that Sea to Sky Power is currently harvesting trees and making space for the new power lines above Alice Lake. The area around Rock n Roll and Dead and Loop is closed due to road building and falling. For the safety of the workers and yourself please avoid this area and Rob's corners while the work is continuing. Please let other riders know as well."
Riders visiting Squamish should be aware that there is a lot of construction and logging activity going on right now. There's harvesting, power line expansion, and subdivision construction going on, all affecting trail access and safety. Fear not, we have incredible people at SORCA working to maintain and reclaim affected trails, and create new ones. They also work extremely hard to maintain civil relationships with the builders and developers, so please respect their work and avoid off limits areas. Never, under any conditions, enter an active logging area. You may be putting yourself and others at risk.
The road from Ring Creek up towards Half Nelson is very active at this time, and is often closed between 7am and 430 pm. If the signs say closed, don't go playing chicken with a logging truck. There have also been closures on the west side of Darwin's crossing, at the bottom of the Ring Creek Rip. Access to the Plunge, Hoods, and SOT might be limited at times.
Just drop in and visit one of our great shops, and ask what trails have good access right now. Valleycliffe is good to go, most of Debeck's Hill and the Credit Line area is good, Cheekeye fan is good, Cakewalk-Full Nelson is good at least report, so we have lots of options folks. Enjoy!