Ride True Nature
Well known for its famous expansive networks, the Snowden network alone encompasses more than 100 kilometres of single track, including but not limited to, some highly technical routes as well as an assortment of painless and delightfully scenic loops with varied terrain that are perfect for the inexperienced rider or for the whole family.
It’s all here and it’s all close to town, where you can enjoy all the amenities of a city while embracing that small town feeling. With numerous activities to choose from, you can break your vacation up and try any number of world class activities right from your doorstep, from downhill skiing in the winter, white water rafting in the spring, whale watching in the summer, salmon viewing in the autumn, the possibilities are simply endless.
When the day is done, you can retire to your room, be it a tent, an RV or a well appointed suite with an ocean view, enjoy a night cap, a hot tub and the memories of a day well spent.
Take a look around these pages and dream of creating your own mountain biking experience. Then get out there and do it. And don’t forget to bring your camera.
About this video: Filmed by local rider, Paul Elphick. A fun ride in Campbell River, BC’s main trail system, Snowden, in fantastic conditions. Featuring music by Vancouver Island musician (and mountain biker) Jesse Roper. Music: Access To Infinity by The Jesse Roper Band.
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LOCATION: Campbell River Visitor Centre - 1235 Shoppers Row (Tyee Plaza) Campbell River, BC V9W 2C7
DESTINATION CAMPBELL RIVER
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Vancouver Island is easily accessible through multiple BC Ferries sailings from the mainland or via the Sunshine Coast.
By Air – There are regularly scheduled flights to Campbell River from Vancouver and Washington. Campbell River Airport (YBL) has reliable, frequent and convenient scheduled airline services. You have many of options to choose from; Central Mountain Air, Kenmore Air, Air Canada, Pacific Coastal Airlines, WestJet Airlines
By Bus – Daily Greyhound bus service connects all parts of Vancouver Island with the Mainland. You can usually bring your bike on the bus depending on capacity. Pacific Coach Lines Travels (by ferry) between Vancouver and Victoria. Island Link Bus Passenger express bus service between most Vancouver Island points and BC Ferries’ services at Nanaimo Departure Bay.
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