Jinkerson Park in Chilliwack, BC
Located in the heart of Chilliwack, Jinekerson Park is a great place for the entire family to enjoy a picnic or play a game of volleyball. Its three different trails and 1.3 mile walking route will give you a full day of fun. It also has a newly installed rectangular rapid flashing beacon crosswalk. After all, who doesn’t like to go for a walk in the park? Click Here
1.3 mile (3,000-step) route
The Sylvan – Jinkerson Park walking route near Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada, is a 1.3 mile, 3,000 step trail. It’s a medium-intensity exercise with an elevation gain of 213.2 ft. Get started with the Pacer App, which helps you find walking trails near you.
New rectangular rapid flashing beacon crosswalk
A new rectangular rapid flashing beacon crosswalk has been installed at the intersection of Jinkerson Road and Ross Road in Chilliwack. Unlike traditional stop signs, RRFB signals will use an IA-21 approved flash pattern and are highly visible to drivers approaching pedestrian crossings. The new lighting system will provide a safe and convenient means of crossing the street. Read This
A new rectangular rapid flashing beacon crosswalk in Jin Ekerson Park Chilliwack has increased the yield rate of motorists by more than four times. This type of traffic warning system uses LEDs with high intensity, which makes it exceptionally visible in low-light conditions. The amber color and rapid flashing pattern of this type of crosswalk command the attention of motorists. See This Article
The RRFB is a set of high-intensity yellow lights mounted below a pedestrian warning sign. Upon approaching a crosswalk, a pedestrian presses a button on the accessible device that activates multiple sets of yellow flashing lights that alert drivers to stop or yield. This type of signal is similar to those used by emergency vehicles and provide optimal visibility and brightness to pedestrians.
If you’re looking for a great multi-use bike trail in Chilliwack, you’ve come to the right place. The Jinekerson Park multi-use trail system includes a 2.5 km beginner-level loop and a more challenging 7.5km long climb. Both trail loops are well marked and easy to get around. Whether you’re looking to go mountain biking, hiking, or just taking your dog for a walk, this forest is perfect for the whole family. There’s even a pump track and picnic area in the middle of the park.
The newest addition to the trail system is the Mount Thom hike, a moderately steep hike with scenic views of the region. Starting at the Sylvan Drive trailhead, Mount Thom is accessible by either the entire trail or the shorter Lookout Loop. If you’re in the mood for a longer hike, head to the Cultus Lake Lookout. From the summit, you can head down to the Promontory neighbourhood. Read This
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