We were formed on January 25, 2005 and became a federally registered charity on January 1, 2008.
The first goal was to establish a trail network along the Kaslo River with two main bridges linking the North side of the river with the South side of the river and to link up to the True Blue Mountain Recreational Area (TBM) located adjacent to the airport.
Once that is established the focus will shift to develop the TBM recreational area and to maintain the trail system already there. The Kaslo Trailblazers are not restricted to working within the Village limits. The development of trails in the surrounding areas are also in the agenda for the future.
Kaslo River Trail Map
Annual General Meetings are held in early spring - watch the Pennywise for details.
We encourage you to read our AGM Minutes to see how far we've come and where we want to go next.
Andy and Gerald enjoy a well-deserved rest
As of December 31, 2008 we had 124 individuals volunteer 4800 hours of labour.
Local residents and visitors to the community are welcome to join us for Wednesday and Saturday morning work parties.
For more information on our work parties, please click here.
Val and Doug at work
Kaslo is a picturesque little village with a population of 1032. The townsite is the delta of the Kaslo River which flows into Kootenay Lake. With tree-lined avenues and heritage houses at every turn, it is the quintessential small town of everyone's imagination. (from the Kaslo & Area Visitors' Guide, courtesy of Pennywise)
Kaslo City Hall and Fire Department
In addition to the support of our many members and volunteers, we are particularly grateful for the significant and ongoing financial support of our corporate and government sponsors and the local business that have helped us with in kind contributions. We have recognized these donors with prominent signage at the head of the Kaslo Trailblazers Bridge.