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Old 11-17-2007, 08:08 PM
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Sledding Area at Risk

Double post here, pics of the area can be seen here:
Cat Skiing operation requesting exclusive rights to their tenured land near Trail BC
Just saw this in the Trail times. Big Red Cats has applied for EXCLUSIVE rights to their tenure in the Nancy Greene summit area which includes
Mt. Mackie (Bugle Creek), Neptune and Crowe. This area has been open to public use since they have started cat skiing there a few years ago, but now they want to exclude sledders from crown land that we have enjoyed for decades.
I do not agree with ANY company having exclusive rights to any crown land. It should be there for all to use.
If you agree, please send an email to
Or you can write one by hand and have it sent to the Natural Resource Officer at
FrontCounter BC,
1902 Theatre Road,
Cranbrook, BC
You can also submit a comment at this site.
None of you may have ever rode these areas, but if it was an area you have rode for years, you would hope every sledder out there would support you.
Kevin Stein
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