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ROUTE DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES

 

In 2012 BC Parks and Squamish Access Society agreed a set of “best practices” guidelines for new route development within the local provincial parks. These guidelines have since been adopted by District of Squamish for route development on municipal property.

If you are considering – or are already engaged in – a new route development project, please download and read the guide.

 

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