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Backcountry Biking BC

photo credit: Ryan Flett

Remote Alpine Riding

A mountain biking trip to a backcountry lodge offers a truly unique experience. Riders are transported by floatplane, helicopter, or off-road vehicle to remote locales, deep in BC’s backcountry, where alpine adventures await.

These backcountry lodges offer luxury in the wilderness. Guests can relax after long days in the saddle riding flowing singletrack trails and epic alpine descents.

Tyax Adventures

Tyax Lodge sits at the doorstep of the South Chilcotin mountains. Explore singletrack trails over alpine passes and through sprawling meadows.

Number of Trails: 31 (approx.)
Total Kilometres: 200 km 
Highest Elevation: 2,252 m

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With the largest commercial backcountry mountain bike terrain in the world, over 1.5 million acres of tenure, this is the place to go for an unforgettable biking adventure. 

Total Kilometres: 75 km
Highest Elevation: 2, 508 m

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Sol Mountain

Alpine singletrack from the front door is the true allure at Sol Mountain. Wake up with the sunrise, grab a fresh cup of coffee, and head out biking until dusk.

Number of Trails: 18
Total Kilometres: 26 km
Highest Elevation: 2,224 m

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