Trail Lighting Project

Larch Hills Nordic Society is raising funds to install 6 km of LED trail lighting at Larch Hills Recreation Area.  Covid-19 has impacted some of the fundraising opportunities, but thanks to the continued generosity of our donors the Society has currently raised approximately $180,000 towards the project, which is enough to just cover Phase One.  We continue to submit applications for some substantial grants.  We have received Section 57 approval to proceed with Phases One and Two.  Phases Three and Four are under review awaiting BC Parks approval.  Depending on the availability of funds we will begin construction of Phase One later this spring (and hopefully Phase 2) to have it ready prior to the 2021-22 ski season.  The estimated cost of construction is $100,000 per kilometer and funds will be raised through fundraising events, donations, and grants. Please see the Project Brief and the Documents section of this page for further details about this project.

As of February 2021

Contact

If you have any concerns or would like to become involved in this initiative, please contact us at lights@skilarchhills.ca

Donating

With a Charitable Donation Tax Receipt

Tax receipts are available for donations done via Nordiq Canada (formerly Cross Country Canada). To donate online, please visit https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/Cross-CountrySkidefondCanada/club-donation.html

If you’d prefer to donate via cheque, you may fill out and mail the donation form. Please note that Nordiq Canada has requested cheque donations to be of $1,000 or more – while they will process smaller donations, online is preferred for those of this size.

Directly to Us

If you don’t need a tax receipt and want to donate via cheque, you can mail a cheque payable Larch Hills Nordic Society re: Trail Lighting Project to us at Larch Hills Nordic Society, P.O. Box 218, Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E 4N3.

Donor Recognition

Donations of $50 or more will receive increasing recognition levels based on the total donation. Please see the Donor Recognition section located at the end of the Project Brief for more details.

Documents

Press Releases

Committee Members

  • Randi Ostby
  • Rob van Varseveld
  • Craig McBride
  • Jeff Orchard
  • Duncan Moore

Donors

  • Duncan Moore
  • Meghan Begley
  • Ray and Birte Ostby
  • Leona Orchard
  • Pat Hutchins
  • Chris Parfitt
  • Kevin Gooden
  • Doug Jackson
  • Derek Daudrich
  • Cindy Derkaz
  • A Hermann Kerr
  • Nan M Dickie
  • Suzy and Kevin Beckner
  • Heather Nash
  • Erin Ferguson
  • Integral Forest Management
  • Gary Brooke and Sunni Berger
  • Rob and Ingrid vanVarseveld
  • Kerry Miller
  • CCBC – Matching Funds
  • Reforestation Technologies
  • Forsite Consultants
  • The Armstrong Land Corp
  • Abbi and Brian May
  • Randi Ostby and Duncan Moore
  • CCBC
  • Lakeshore Physiotherapy
  • Dr. Brian Broadwell
  • Tekmar
  • LH Jr. Race Team
  • Kraft Heinz Ltd
  • LHNS
  • SASCU
  • RDNO
  • Shuswap Community Foundation
  • Kathy Moleschi
  • Tim and Mhairi Bollans
  • Robert Korda
  • Randy from Quickturn Production Machining (QPM)
  • Laura Duncan
  • Leona and Kerry Orchard
  • Birte Ostby
  • Birte Ostby
  • Kevin and Suzanne Beckner
  • Ivor Norlin
  • Ivan Hartling
  • Callum Reid
  • Elizabeth Montgomery
  • Cory & Karen Neil
  • Kate Pieper
  • Rob & Marilee Hart
  • George Alison
  • Kim MacMillan
  • Fiona Fleming
  • Stephen Williams
  • Sue & Derek Guild-Prout
  • Barbara Connell
  • Gail Clayton
  • Indira Greenhough
  • Gerda Seiz
  • Gary Butler
  • Marijke Dake
  • Kirsten Earl
  • Cindy Findlay
  • Rob and Liz Johnston
  • Eleanor and Tom Marshall
  • Ruth Brighouse
  • Peter Molnar
  • Robert Korda
  • Frank Bristol
  • Carmen Fennell
  • Cameron Brown
  • Christine Parsons
  • Martha Oliver McBride
  • Antje & Dirk Breugem
  • Shawn Pol
  • Marley Fabro
  • Kathy and family Moleschi
  • Julie Lewis
  • Marta Bukmeier
  • Robert Albricht
  • Laura Tayler-Hanson
  • Hermann Kerr
  • Margaret Tayler
  • Interfor Forest Products
  • Canoe Forest Products/Gorman Brothers