(Photo by Brenda Haley)

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After a recent hike on the Rusty Chainsaw Trail on the Trail Bluffs, Brenda Haley shared her photo of a foggy fall day and the bare trees.

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Completed during summer 2016 by the Kootenay Columbia Trails Society, the Rusty Chainsaw trail adds slightly more challenging cross-country riding to the Bluffs trail network.

There are lots of elaborate trail construction, technical crux moves and incredible views, advises the website TrailForks.com.

“Ride in a counter clockwise direction.”



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