The Ribbons of Green Trails Society of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada is a non-profit, trail advocacy group dedicated to the promotion and construction of walking, hiking and cycling trails, both on and off-road within the Greater Vernon region.

Our Mission Statement states:
To promote and encourage the construction of trails located in the geographic area of the North Okanagan Regional District, for the purpose of non-motorized (except when used by the physically challenged) public use, and in particular, trails that:
  • connect Swan Lake, Okanagan Lake and Kalamalka Lake;
  • connect other sites which the Society considers desirable;
  • increase community participation in healthy activities;
  • educate the users of the trails about the geography, plants, and culture in the areas where the trails are located; and
  • demonstrate the benefits of a civic and political community working cooperatively for a common goal.

Who is the Ribbons of Green Trails Society?

The Ribbons of Green Trails Society currently consists of 10 directors who meet once a month to advance trail development and ensure maintenance.

City of Vernon staff and Council Members, District of Coldstream staff, and  Regional District of North Okanagan Parks staff are also in attendance at the monthly meetings.

hinglet Neumann,
Jun 9, 2014, 4:40 PM
hinglet Neumann,
Nov 20, 2016, 9:25 PM