Cumberland Trails Survey

survey-imageThe Village of Cumberland and the United Riders of Cumberland (UROC) mountain biking association, in cooperation with the Department of Recreation & Tourism at Vancouver Island University, is conducting a survey to describe the characteristics of trails users (both local and tourists) and their opinions on trail management in Cumberland. The results will be used to support the further development and management of the trails network in the Cumberland area. The results will be published in a report for the Cumberland community.

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Find the survey at the link below.

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  1. Thanks so much for the wonderful trail system. I’ve been in Cumberland for a month and have spend many hours exploring the great variety that is offered. I love the trail names and the creative signage – please keep the signs.
    One suggestion – as a hiker I would greatly appreciate trails to be marked at the bottom as well as the top, in the middle also if there is a confusing junction.

    My first hikes were down in the east side and locating trails such as Hai Gai, Bronco’s Perseverance and Butchered Pig from the bottom is problematic. On the west side many trails such as Munday’s Child, Top Hat, Fuji Jim’s and others are marked at both ends. Much appreciated

    Thanks again

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