Work on first stage could start as early as this year published the following story on February 02, 2021

Construction of a two-kilometre section of a proposed rail trail linking Sicamous to Armstrong could start this summer with plans afoot to create a short piece of the trail in Enderby.

The Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail, which would connect Sicamous to Armstrong via a disused rail line, is planning on creating a “test section” of the trail which would run through Enderby and the Splatsin First Nation.

The Shuswap Trail Alliance executive director Phil McIntyre-Paul said if all goes to plan the small section of the trail could be completed by the fall.

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“Everyone knows from the Okanagan Rail Trail once there’s actual work starting to happen people’s enthusiasm to support this goes up substantially,” McIntyre-Paul said.