This web form is an easy-to-use tool that may provide rescuers with the ability to assess, locate and perform a rescue with safety in mind for everyone involved.
You can see water level trends over time and explore likely water levels for the time of year you’ll be visiting.
16 safety tips to help you stay safe when recreating near or in the water. Waterways can be dangerous, so it’s best to be aware and play it safe.
Here are some hiking tips that will increase the fun and safety of your next hike, as well as some great nearby trails.
Preparing to go out during winter means you must prepare for the risk of avalanches. Make sure you check the forecast before you go.
Answer two basic questions: First, can you respond positively to an accident or emergency? Second, can you safely spend a night—or more—out?
Each year millions of people recreate in Chilliwack and surrounding communities. They hike, mountaineer, mountain bike, climb, back-country ski, snowshoe, camp, ATV and hunt in the North Cascade Mountains; fish kayak and raft the Fraser and Chilliwack Rivers; sail, swim and boat Cultus and Chilliwack Lakes; and, fly, hang glide and paraglide above Chilliwack.