The Sisters Creek Recreation Site Accessible Trail is located in the community of Kersley and opened in June 2010. As one of the initial wheelchair accessible trails built in the Cariboo Chilcotin, the Sisters Creek Recreation Site Accessible Trail has the distinction of being the first trail on the newly created Forest Capital of Canada Legacy Trail Network.
The trail was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations and the Kersley Community Association.
The trail is approximately 800 metres long and leads to a wheelchair friendly viewpoint overlooking the Fraser River. The trail features a packed, crushed gravel surface and has a gentle grade with one short steeper section.
At the trailhead, an information kiosk displays a map of the Sisters Creek Recreation Site Accessible Trail and an accessible outhouse is provided for visitors’ convenience. Plenty of space is available for parking.
The trail can be accessed off of Highway 97 by following the wooden signs starting at the Kersley Recreation Centre, located about 20km south of Quesnel.
Ongoing management of the site is provided by the Kersley Community Association.
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