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Mountain Biking in Sooke, BC, Canada

Where Culture and Adventure Collide

Terrace is a booming community surrounded by impressive mountains and the mighty Skeena River. Residents embrace adventure and Terrace has created two incredible trail networks. Terrace Mountain overlooks the town and offers an array of challenging cross-country trails, while Copper Mountain has trails for downhill and freeride riders. 

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Arts and Culture

The community is alive with music, arts and culture. Talented local bands, independent musicians, dancers and actors, as well as, out of town guests perform regularly in local theatres, restaurants, bars and coffee shops.

Outdoor Recreation 

Are you ready for the thrill of a lifetime? Terrace is your gateway to the best outdoor adventure in the Northwest.  From the mountain playgrounds to the raging rivers, get set to easily access four seasons of fun and excitement.


Shopping in Terrace offers a diverse range with some great independent boutiques, shops and studios, as well as, Big Box Stores both downtown and on the fringes of the city.

Terrace Off Road Cycling Association (TORCA) - A non-profit society that advocates for the interests of the local bike community.

Visit Terrace - Official tourism and traveller website for Terrace. Get information on things to do, places to stay, and where to dine. 


Most visitors drive Highway 16 to Terrace to take advantage of the incredible scenery along the way. Should you require a vehicle, local car rental businesses offer visitors a variety of options for transportation around and out of town. VIA Rail trains also pass through Terrace several times a week, travelling between Prince George and Prince Rupert. 

If you prefer to get here quick, then there is option to fly in. The Kitimat-Terrace Regional Airport is the largest in the area with several direct daily flights to Vancouver, as well as flights to a host of other Northwestern communities.