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Beaverly Community Association is applying for a new trail system west of Prince George

Public comments on Lost Lake trail system will be accepted until Sept. 24
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Lost Lake is located north of Highway 16 and east of the Chilako River. (via Beaverly Community Assosiation)

Prince George and the surrounding community could be getting a new trail system to enjoy.

The Beaverly Community Association (BCA) has recently submitted an application to develop and maintain a system of trails in the vicinity of Lost Lake on its western edge west of the city.

Lost Lake is north of Highway 16 to the east of the Chilako River. 

The application by the BCA involved more than 10 years of discussions with the community and included technical support from UNBC's Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Management program.

lostlaketrailmapThe proposed trail system. (via Beaverly Community Association)

The B.C. government is currently reviewing the application and accepting public comments until Sept. 24.

“We want people to experience the beauty of Lost Lake. Comments supporting our application will help make that a reality,” says BCA President Mike Waite.

The BCA says because of the immense amount of time and community engagement that has already gone into designing the trail system, it expects the comments will be overwhelming in support of having it develop and maintain the trail system.

You can make comments on the Beaverly Community Association's application through the B.C. government Crown Lands website.

lost lake trail system applicationComments will be accepted until Sept. 24. (via Screenshot)

 




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Born and raised in Prince George, Hanna Petersen is a graduate of UNBC. She then abandoned her hometown for the East Coast, graduating with a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in the process.
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