Fraser Valley Partnership for Trails celebrates trail’s debut season with festival on Saturday |

Fraser Valley Partnership for Trails celebrates trail’s debut season with festival on Saturday

The Fraser Valley Partnership for Trails will host a Winter Trail Festival in Hideaway Park on Saturday, March 13, for skiers, snowshoers and sledders who enjoy the park and the new Winter Use Trail. The trail is finishing its first season, allowing users to travel from Fraser to Old Town Winter Park along it’s 7-mile length.

FVPT will serve free hot chocolate and cookies from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. around the park’s fire area just across the street from the Chamber offices in downtown Winter Park. Cosmic Dog will have its cart on site to serve lunches.

The park offers a trailhead access to the new winter trail, so festival participants can work off their treats by traveling the scenic portion of the trail along the Fraser River just east of the Park.

The trail and its grooming were made possible by the Winter Park-Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce, FVPT, Rendezvous, Idlewild LLC, Beaver Village Resort, Tid Tech and Pole Creek Machine, M3 Property Service, Kyle Falzitto, Jeff Russell, Grand Adventures, St. Bernard’s Church, Sombrero Stables and Headwaters Trails Alliance.

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