Kootenay Columbia Trail Society Sign - Rossland, British Columbia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member T0SHEA
N 49° 05.013 W 117° 48.213
11U E 441324 N 5437054
Quick Description: Kootenay Columbia Trail Society You Are Here Sign is in the parking area that permits access to the network of trails. The parking area is located on Kirkup Avenue and Hwy. 3B. You can only enter the parking area from Kirkup Avenue. Parking is FREE.
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Date Posted: 5/21/2013 1:00:42 PM
Waymark Code: WMH4H2
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member the federation
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Long Description:
This is a large You Are Here Sign located at the entrance to the trail heads. Rossland offers a network of trails for all endurance levels from easy to strenuous.

Walkers, bikers and talkers use these trails. There are some trails that allow horses, check map. On the map are seven designated trails for mountain bikes ONLY.

Dog are allowed on the trails; however you must clean up any canine deposits.

The Centennial trail is the easiest trail on the circuit. It is 2.2 km that parallels the Centre Star Gulch Reservoir. It was a beautiful day when we walked the trail, reservoir was calm and the ducks were making a great day of it too.

The Centennial trail is wide, reasonably flat and you can turn around at the end of the reservoir and return the way you came down the trail. However, if you continue around the reservoir and connect to the Moe’s Trail it does become steeper, somewhat narrower with more variations in terrain. There is one fairly steep climb, but is still considered easy to moderate.

The Kootenay Columbia Trail Society:

Maintains an extensive and diverse network of recreational trails throughout the region.
These provide a vast playground for the variety of self-propelled trail users.
The information on this map is intended only as an introduction to the trails, so caution that many factors can dramatically alter conditions, close, or re-route trails.
Check on the conditions before heading out.
Detailed and updated information about commended hikes and rides can be found on our website at kcts.ca

Maps of the entire trail network are also widely available on our website.

Designated trails are managed and maintained by the Kootenay Columbia Trails Society, for self-propelled recreational use. Most of the trails on this map cross private land, and public access cannot be taken for granted.

To support our continuing work, please consider becoming a member of the Society. Sign up or find more information on our website at www.kcts.ca

Code of Conduct

Stay on the marked trails and don't trespass on adjacent property.
Obey all signs and trail closures.
Motorized use is prohibited.
Share the trails, slow down and communicate when passing.
Respect the land, landowners, and wildlife, leaving no trace.
Be responsible, these trails are unsupervised and are to be used at your own risk.
Water sources are not drinkable. (Non-potable water)
Please bring your own water.

KCTS Trails Etiquette

- Motorized use is prohibited.
- Share the trails, slow down and communicate when passing.
Use your voice to warn equestrians, not bells or horns.
- Respect the land, landowners, and wildlife, leaving no trace.
- Be responsible, these trails are unsupervised and are to be used at your own risk.
- Cyclists are responsible for keeping their bike under control and at a safe speed at all times.
- When encountering other users on a trail it is recommended that cyclists yield to all other users
and foot traffic yield to equestrians.
- Downhill traffic should yield to uphill traffic.
- When in doubt, give the other user the right of way.

Equestrian Safety Notes:

When a horse approaches, move off the trail as far as possible.
It is recommended to allow 2-3 meters distance of clearance.
Ask the horse rider for instructions.
A group should step off to the same side, lower side preferred.


Centennial: Wide, open & smooth 2.2 km
Moe's: Relaxed walk in the woods 1.0 km
Museum: Check out Rossland's mining history 1.5 km
Railgrade: 4% all the way 7.1 km
Rubberhead: Meander past the golf course & through the forest 1.5 km
Back of KC: Wide & open through the forest 1.4 km
Little Nugget Path: Urban path linking museum with Miner's Hall
Louie Joe Trail: Historic urban path linking lower Rossland and Redstone
Techno Grind: Classic cross country riding 2.3 km
Kootenay Columbia: Stroll up to this classic view of Rossland 1.9 km
Green Door: Cruising 3.1 km
Cemetery: Flowing through the maple forest 2.7 km
Larry's So, you like pumping and swooping 1.5 km
Coffee Run: Old school technical cross country riding 1.2 km
Drakes: Cross country cruising 2.9 km
Redtop: An energetic climb, incredible views and a flow-fest descent 0.8 km
Milky Way: Let her rip! 2.0 km
Roger's: Flowing cross country 0.5 km
Miners: Direct access to Red-Top 1.9 km
Center Star Gulch: Steep urban trail linking Centennial Trail & downtown 0.8 km

These are Mountian Bike Trails ONLY

KC Ridge: Technical descent in a spectacular setting 1.2 km
Spring Cleaning: Rock slabs & steeps 1.6 km
Redhead: The technical alternative 0.8 km
Full Monte: Technical cross-country meets free-ride 1.6 km
Sudden Exposure: Steep surfing, gnarl & radical rock slabs 1.0 km
Snake: Short & action packed 1.0 km
Yellow Submarine: Only if you like it steep &-technical 0.5 km

Rossland also offers two mountain bike skill parks: one for intermediate and the other for your advance riders or fallin’ off-ers whichever the case may be.
Location Name: Kirkup Avenue and Hwy. 3B

Visit Instructions:

A photo of either you or your GPS at the site is welcomed but not required.
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