Our Trails

The Kaslo Trailblazers Society was formed in 2005 by a local group of enthusiastic hikers dedicated to making our wilderness accessible to everyone.  They envisioned the ambitious Kaslo River Trail loop starting just a few blocks from the heart of Kaslo with a wheelchair-friendly section, interpretive signs, a map and 2 pedestrian bridges to overlook the spectacular Kaslo River.

Kaslo and Area Trails Map 2022 version also available in the pennywise go and do brochure

Kaslo River Trail and Kaslo Trailblazers Bridge

Kaslo Trailblazers Bridge in winter
Opened in 2008, the Kaslo River Trail is a favourite hiking spot for residents and tourists.  With the overwhelming support of the community and visitors, the Kaslo Trailblazers have created a trail system that includes a covered pedestrian bridge with spectacular views over the Kaslo river, a maintained hiking trail for 1.4 km on the south side of the river, and a wheelchair friendly trail for 1.2 km on the north side of the river.  We are currently extending the south trail west toward Sandon with the long term goal of joining trails built and maintained by the Kaslo to Sandon Rails to Trails Society.  The south trail also connects to the Kaslo airport and existing trails at the True Blue Recreation Area. 

Thanks to our volunteers , and donations we have completed the  Unity Bridge link between the east end of the idyllic south trail to  the end of 5th street

Lakeview Trail

View of Kootenay Lake from Lakeview Trail
The 5 km Lakeview Trail, is a wheelchair-friendly and wraps around lower Kaslo along beautiful Kootenay Lake from the Highway 31 bridge on the south edge of town to Kaslo Bay Marina on the north edge.