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FTA 2023 AGM

Join us for our 2023 AGM, Saturday May 20, 12-1PM.


The FTA is hiring for3 Trail Crew positions, 16 weeks as part of our summer 2023 trail maintenance program. ABOUT: The trail network in Fernie, BC is one of the biggest assets in our community, and after a busy winter on the trails, the FTA are looking to hire 3 individuals, for extensive trail work, […]

FTA Newsletters

Missed out on past updates? Panic not, you can find recent reads, here…

Heiko’s Trail 20th Anniversary!

Come on out to celebrate all things Heiko. All welcome and all proceeds to the FTA.

The FTA’s Wheelie Good Raffle!

Enter to win a Trek Fuel Ex 9.8 AXS while supporting the Fernie Trails!

WE’RE HIRING! 2022 Fall Trail Crew

The FTA is hiring for 5 Trail Crew positions, for 8 weeks, as part of our fall trail maintenance program.

WE’RE HIRING! Executive Director Position (Position Filled)

The Fernie Trails Alliance is currently seeking an inspiring leader to step into the Executive Director role within our organization.

FTA June Newsletter

All the latest from the trails! Want to receive FTA newsletters? Be sure to subscribe, via link at bottom of website. All FTA Trails Pass holders automatically receive monthly updates. Purchase yours, HERE.

WE’RE HIRING! 2022 Summer Trail Crew (Positions filled)

Thanks to a generous grant from the Columbia Basin Trust, the FTA is looking to hire five temporary summer positions, to work on our 2022 Trail Maintenance Program.


After a significant amount of storm damage earlier this month, the trails sure needed some help. And of course, Fernie came to the rescue.