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COVID-19 updates (April,8th,2020)

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发表于 2020-4-9 10:12:12 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
everyone is keeping well and staying safe. Pleasekeep up to date with the latest recommendations and orders from the Provincialand Federal governments as the situation can change quickly.

BC Parks announced today that all provincial parks arenow closed until further notice:


Existing camping reservations (at least up to May 31)have been cancelled and reimbursements will be made automatically - there is noneed to cancel your reservation yourself. Beyond that date, the situationremains unclear but note that no new reservations can be made.


Check the full list of closures here:


Please respect the closures and not put unnecessarypressure on parks staff. If caught, you may be fined $115.

Other closures in the Sea-to-Sky corridor include theBrohm Lake Interpretive Forest and the Levette Lake, Cat Lake, and Cal-Cheakforest recreation sites.


Trails in Lighthouse Park, Whytecliff Park, and WhyteLake are closed:


Likewise, Parks Canada has closed all of its parks andsites. Any existing reservations that are affected are also being reimbursedautomatically.

Whistler-Blackcomb's uphill ski track was short-lived andthat, too, is now closed.


The Coquitlam Crunch remains open, though the city isimploring hikers and walkers to maintain a 2-metre separation. Note that thetrail is now a one-way system:


Most Metro Vancouver regional parks remain open. Stay upto date with current conditions here:


Stanley Park is now closed to vehicles, and cyclistsshould stick to the roads, leaving the seawall for pedestrians only:


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