The Trails Society of Britsh Columbia Responsible for the establishing the Trans Canada Trail in B.C.
http://www.trailsbc.ca/
It’s the world’s longest network of trails, linking Canadians and communities from coast to coast to coast.
http://www.kettlevalleyrailway.ca/
A great reference web-site by Dan and Sandra Langford on Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway.
http://www.gftrails.ca/

Grand Forks Trail Society website on the developing and promotion of trails throughout and around the City of Grand Forks including the Columbia and Western trail.
http://www.trailsintime.org
A great reference site to trails in the Castlegar Area by Walter Volovsek, dedicated to the contemplative walker. Nature and history trails located in the vicinity of Castlegar B.C., Canada. Offering comprehensive trail descriptions, Interpretive sign panels, History essays provide additional information for the interested visitor, Trail construction and news.
http://www.trailsintime.org/
Matthew Hicks is a photographer located in Calgary, Alberta. He has found passion for a variety of subjects, most notably Landscapes, Railways, and Outdoor portraiture. He has a special passion for the Columbia and Western Railway in it’s past history and has taken numerous photos of this abandon railway line in Southern British Columbia.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/rrpicman/
The Slocan Valley Rail Trail is a multi-use recreational rail trail located in the Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, namely the Slocan Valley. The trail uses a rail corridor that was originally built for the Nakusp and Slocan Railway which was abandoned by the Canadian Pacific Railway during the 1980s.
http://www.slocanvalleyrailtrail.ca/