Ride Northto 5 different BC Communities
Where culture and adventure collide.
Terrace is a booming community surrounded by impressive mountain scenery and the mighty Skeena River. It is no wonder why residents embrace adventure and have created two very exciting trail networks. Terrace Mountain overlooks the town and offers an array of challenging cross-country trails. Copper Mountain located in the adjacent Thornhill neighbourhood has some amazing downhill and freeride trails. And for fun and practice, check out the town’s new bike park!
Natural beauty in a charming alpine village atmosphere.
Situated in a beautiful Bulkley Valley, Smithers is located in prime mountain biking country surrounded by forested hillsides, stunning alpine meadows and rugged mountain peaks. A dedicated community of riders have been building and riding here for years on everything from wide open path ways to historical mining roads, alpine singletrack, and steep, technical freeride trails.
A trifecta of natural beauty, friendly locals, and flowy goodness.
Burns Lake offers a progressive beginner-to-advanced trail network on Boer Mountain designed by world-renowned experts and a dedicated local trail crew. Burns Lake offers a rider-focussed sequence of cross-country, freeride and downhill trails, as well as a skills park, jump park and rider cross track. The Boer Mountain trail network is recognized as one of the most progressive and sustainable trail networks found anywhere!
Rugged wilderness meets urban sophistication.
The welcoming town of Prince George provides big city amenities within mere minutes of beautiful, pristine forests and thrilling cross-country, all-mountain and downhill riding. Visitors seeking a northern challenge can ride the trails at Pidherny recreation site or the extensive network at Otway with trails for all skill levels. If you’re looking for an easy, relaxed ride with river views, cycle the Heritage River Trail, which follows the Nechako River as it merges with the mighty Fraser.
Made for mountain bikers.
Valemount was made for mountain bikers. Some call it mountain biking, but in the valley of the Cariboo, Monashee and Rocky Mountain ranges, they just call it biking and have been doing it long before it became one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Play it safe and wind your way through lower valley trails, or crank your legs and go up. There is also a shuttle service for the big bikes! The view from the top and the ride back down is worth every bead of sweat, every knotted muscle, every blister you earned on your way to the top.