Mayo’s Newest Walking Trail

News, Community Involvement, Environment

Oct 31, 2013  Comment

Looking for a new place to go for a short, scenic walk? If you are in the Mayo area, there's a new walking trail with interpretive signage in the vicinity of our Mayo B powerhouse and salmon rearing channels. We constructed the trail and had the signage produced in cooperation with the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun.

The trail forms a 2.5 kilometre long loop. It provides good views of the Mayo River, our salmon-rearing channel, and the Mayo B powerhouse. There are a number of information panels along the trail that provide details of the history and cultural significance of the area.

We've created this map to help you find your way to the walking trail. Once you leave the main highway you'll see several directional road signs that will help guide you as well.

Once you've walked the trail, we'd love it if you would drop us a note and let us know what you think.


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