Please note that trail closures are set by land managers, not by the FVMBA
Regarding COVID-19, we ask all trail users to please follow the directives of the Public Health Authority, practicing safe distancing while on trail, recreating within your local community, and only with members of your own household. For additional information, please see the FVMBA Trail Use Recommendations.
Recreation Sites & Trails BC (RSTBC)
For full details if specific sites and facilities are are open or closed, please refer to the RST website for alerts, closures, and warnings.
For full details for specific park areas throughout BC, please refer directly to the BC Parks COVID-19 response. Note that some parks now have a day use reservation system in place, including Golden Ears.
Vedder Mountain & Tamihi
No present closures.
No present closures.
Lost Oakleys Closed: The November 2021 storms caused bridge washouts, mudslides, and risk of headwall slipping. Very hazardous conditions and has been closed by the City of Abbotsford.
Heritage Trail Network
No present closures
Red Mountain & Bear Mountain
August 15, 2022 – May 31, 2023: BC Hydro is installing a microwave tower near the trail heads for Arduum & Mastadon. Construction will impact access to the main Red Mountain FSR as well as both trails. Road closures are anticipated.Trail users are asked to adhere to all traffic signs & flaggers. Work will take place Monday – Saturday, 5 AM to 6 PM
December 16, 2022 – until further notice: Bearea 51 is CLOSED. Mission Forestry is falling trees in preparation for new road construction & upcoming logging. Trail access points will be signed. Do not enter area. Entry into the area could result in serious injury or death. Please use other trails.
No current closures.
February, 2021: Recreation Sites and Trails has posted “Trail Closed” signs on Heckyl and Jeckyl and Cheap Swill as these trails presently violate the FVMBAs agreement with the Province. The FVMBA is working with the builders and RST to correct the violations and to establish Cheap Swill as authorized. The “Trail Closed” signs will remain in place until all violations are corrected. We ask all users to respect the closures, thank you.
No current closures. BC Parks has implemented a Day Use reservation system. Passes are free and can be reserved through the Discover Camping website. See BC Parks website for more information.