Of course, none of this work would be possible without our amazing team of volunteers! We have fun building safe and beautiful pathways.
Please enjoy some photos and newsletter reports of our projects from present back to the first pathway built in 2008.
2015 Pathway along Rainbow Road, from Atkins Road past the Farmer’s Institute
opening celebration, 2105 Fall Fair, September 19-20
2015 Pathway Ganges Harbour’s End
This pathway was particularly challenging and rewarding to build, because it came with an innovative infrastructure requirement, the condition of a very generous grant from Capital Regional District Active Transportation funds. PCP added a solar-powered kiosk by designer and new volunteer Phillip Van Horn, which houses three interpretive panels: 1. Ganges Harbour as a First Nations site, 2. as it’s been used by newcomers since the 1850s, and 3. Island Pathways award-winning Heritage and Bike Routes Maps of Salt Spring Island and the Ganges Village Pathway Network.
2014 Pathway from Churchill Road to Leisure Lane
2105 October 24, opening celebration of this section, plus Harbour’s End and the new solar-lit kiosk.