"Diamond Head Trail Project and RFP
Just when you thought Stllhalem Sintl (aka The Climbing Trail) couldnt get any longer, were doubling down (or up)! The District of Squamish has awarded SORCA a $20,000 grant from the Olympics Legacy Fund to go towards extending the Climbing Trail. SORCA wants to go all-in and get the trail all the way to the top of Upper PowerSmart which will require a few more Loonies. Luckily we have some amazing corporate sponsors coming onboard and a piggy bank full of Trail Pass dollars to help get us there. The climbing trail will go from 6km to around 12km of lung busting, thigh burning fun!
Now for the best bit what goes up must come down, right? Part 2 of the plan involves a complete rebuild/replacement of Upper PowerSmart and Skookum into one long fast and flowy blue trail all the way down to Georges Crossing/Pseudotsuga area. The new trail will be a mixture of classic hand built single track and buttery smooth machine built awesomeness. Skookum is slated to be logged soon and Upper PowerSmart is long overdue for a makeover so this is going to be an amazing addition to the Squamish trail network.
Theres only one problem we dont have all the cash for Part 2 yet! Thats where you come in. Were going to be fundraising like crazy next year to get this new trail built and were going to need your help. Stay tuned for more details!
If youre a trail builder, we want to talk to you! Checkout the RFP and Map and get in touch with Roland Benesocky (email@example.com).
Were also looking for a few more corporate sponsors to get involved. Get in contact with Todd Monge (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details."
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