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Fernie Premier of La Liste: Everything or Nothing
Fernie Premier

Fernie Premier of La Liste: Everything or Nothing

Filed in Ski Touring, Tunnel Creek by on November 30, 2021 • views: 152

The Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club (FTSTC) is hosting a film at the Vogue Theatre showing the most extreme backcountry skiing of all time…it’s insane! From the award-winning filmmakers Sherpas Cinema their latest film “La Liste: Everything or Nothing” is a must see! Big mountain skiers, and close friends, Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten […]

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Harvey Pass Hut is Completed
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Harvey Pass Hut is Completed

Filed in About, Harvey Pass, Ski Touring by on October 21, 2021 • views: 782

We’re extremely pleased to announce that the Harvey Pass Hut, warming and emergency shelter, has been completed and is open to the public. This time we hope it’s fire proof! This is the 6th cabin at Harvey Pass and yes, the previous five were destroyed by fire. The last cabin burnt in 2017 when a […]

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Cabin Bookings Details-Updated
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Cabin Bookings Details-Updated

Filed in Ski Touring, Thunder Meadows, Tunnel Creek by on October 20, 2021 • views: 782

On November 1, 2021 at 6am MST Thunder Meadows and Tunnel Creek bookings go online for the period from December 1st to January 31, 2022. On January 15, 2022 bookings go online for February & March and the remainder of the winter season. The cabins can only be booked by Fernie Trails & Ski Touring […]

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Harvey Hut Work Party
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Harvey Hut Work Party

Filed in Harvey Pass, Ski Touring by on August 13, 2021 • views: 930

We are looking for volunteers to help complete the Harvey Pass warming hut for the coming snow season! Harvey Pass has lost three previous cabins to fire, the last cabin burnt prior to being completed. This build is using a sea can to ensure its survival! The Harvey Hut is an official BC Recreation site, […]

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Racehorse Pass Trail to Remain Open
Cumulative Effects Management Framework

Racehorse Pass Trail to Remain Open

Filed in Biking by on July 28, 2021 • views: 739

Following the stakeholder consultation process, it looks like the Racehorse Pass trail has been removed from the government’s list of candidate roads to be decommissioned under the Cumulative Effects Management Framework project this summer. The Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club participated in the process by asking that Racehorse Pass remain open for recreational use […]

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Carpal Tunnel – Fernie’s Newest Trail
Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel – Fernie’s Newest Trail

Filed in Biking by on May 29, 2021 • views: 1317

Fernie’s Newest Trail addition in Montane is named after a trail builders nemeses, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome! It is caused by excessive trail work over a long period and is characterized by sensations of tingling, numbness, or burning. Everyone in this trail crew can relate! This is first trail constructed by the newly established Coal Creek […]

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E-bikes are Motorized Vehicles
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E-bikes are Motorized Vehicles

Filed in Biking by on March 24, 2021 • views: 1531

E-bikes are motorized vehicles under the BC Wildlife Act and there are restricted areas around Fernie. With a potential $575 fine it’s best to be educated on where you can ride. The Restricted Use of Class 1 E-bikes (pedal assist) in the East Kootenays is NOT limited to hunting and there are about 20 Motor […]

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Harvey Hut Rebuild Funding needs your comments views: 1631

The FT&STC has a CBT funding application submitted to support the rebuild of the Harvey Pass warming hut. We will be placing a refurbished sea can at the most recent hut site with a wood stove, benches and a compostable toilet. With the growth of backcountry activity and the isolation of Harvey Pass, a warming […]

Elk Rim Trails Not Ready to Ride views: 1172

Fernie Trails volunteer Pat Gilmar hiked the Elk Rim Trails on Friday March 5th and confirmed that the Elk Rim Trails are NOT ready to ride. Pat commented that, “Pedal bikes should avoid the Elk Rim trails for now, another couple of week of sunshine is needed”. So, when is it appropriate to ride trails […]

2021 Virtual AGM – RESCHEDULED views: 1200

The Fernie Trails & Ski Touring Club will be holding it’s 2021 Annual General Meeting on Zoom. The AGM will be held on Thursday March 18th @ 7pm. All members and public are welcome to attend. Topic: Fernie Trails & Ski Touring Club 2021 Annual General Meeting Time: Mar 25, 2021 07:00 PM Edmonton Join […]

Megan Bell receives Avalanche Bursary views: 1147

Megan Bell was awarded a $500 Bursary from the Fernie Trails & Ski Touring Club to pursue a professional career in the avalanche industry. We are pleased to support Megan with her CAA AvSAR course and wish her the best. Every year $2000 is available to help further avalanche education in the Elk Valley. The […]