Ferry County Rail Trail Partners and the county commissioners’ Rail Corridor Committee are pleased to announce the opening of the recently completed Curlew Lake Trestle Decking Project. This project represents the culmination of several years of planning and effort by local, state and federal agencies and volunteers who are working together to improve the Ferry County Rail-Trail. Festivities will begin at 1 p.m., Saturday April 26th at the east end of the trestle. Parking is available at Kiwanis Road just east of the trestle. After the ribbon cutting ceremony refreshments will be served and followed by a guided walk to Black’s Beach, a distance of about 2.5 miles.
The Ferry County Rail Trail is a scenic 28-mile unpaved corridor extending from the community of Republic north to the Canadian border. The trail offers the bicycle traveler views of Curlew Lake and the Kettle River. The trail can be off a jump-off spot for US Bike Route 10 at Republic.
View trail map here.