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Scoter Trail

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Scoter Trail Project

Scoter Trail stretches along the Patricia Bay shoreline, from Patricia Bay Park in the south to the Tseycum First Nation lands in the north. This recreational trail is well used by both residents and visitors.

The north section of Scoter Trail from Munro Road to the Tseycum First Nation lands has been rehabilitated and is now open to the public.

The upgrade involved preservation of the natural shoreline, restoration of the trail, and installation of a pebble beach making the trail walkable at all tides. The improvements also enhance the natural shoreline by allowing logs to wash onto the beach and plants to establish. Retaining as many trees as possible was also a priority. Benches and a seating area have also been installed along the trail.

Documents and Reports

Scoter Trail Design Images

Scoter Trail – North Trailhead

Staff Report (Aug 17/20) Noise Bylaw Abeyance for Scoter Trail

Staff Report (Apr 28/20): Tender Award – Scoter Trail Phase 2 Upgrades

Staff Report (Sep 30/19): Scoter Trail North Rehabilitation Project – Additional Comments/Items from Public Consultation

Staff Report (Aug 6/19): Scoter Trail North Rehabilitation Project – Public Consultation and Next Steps

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