It rained at Brown-Lowery Provincial Park on Wednesday, January 13 and since then, the trails are very icy as the rain froze. Traction aids or cleats are recommended.
Trails in Brown-Lowery Provincial Park have mixed winter conditions with slippery sections, compact snow and occasional wet or icy sections.
The area is often affected by Chinooks winds so snow may blow around or disappear. Frequent chinooks will also blow down trees creating hazards. Volunteers have recently removed over 50 trees, which had blown over.
Trails in this park are graciously maintained by the 300 Group Trail Maintenance Association. For more information and to contribute, please visit their website.