Discover British Columbia’s backcountry the Canadian way as you cruise the old roads in a 4wd vehicle, blaze single track trails on a motorbike or explore natural terrains on an ATV. With over 14,000 kilometers of trail tracks, the ATV Adventures Layer is a must have for adrenaline junkies. From easy forest service road cruising to extreme rugged terrain, our network of backroads and trails will take you on an exhilarating journey filled with breathtaking landscapes, majestic old growth forests, crystal clear streams and lakes, sparking waterfalls and roaming wildlife.

In addition to geo-referencing trailheads and providing available trail tracks, we have included short descriptions on most of these sites. These write-ups include location, trail names, trail activities, trail distances, difficulty (easy, moderate, difficult), elevation gain, features and highlights, natural attractions, staging areas, directions and accessibility, trail heads, permits and regulations (where applicable) and much more.

With so much to see and so many places to explore, here is a list of Points of Interest, features and highlights included with the ATV [OHV] Adventure Layer.

  • 14,000+ kilometres of ATV (OHV) Trails
  • ATV (OHV) Trailheads
  • Restricted Areas
  • Riding Areas
  • Staging Areas
  • Trail Length
  • Difficulty Level
  • Elevation Gain
  • Natural Attractions (caves, lakes, waterfalls, etc.)
  • Activities
  • And More…
Recsites and Trails
Quad Riders Association of BC
Kamloops, BC
About Us

We are passionate in our commitment to ATV/UTV riding. We will strive to improve the perceptions of the sport through advocating safe and environmentally responsible riding while working with all to the greater benefit of the sport. We are honest and straightforward in all that we do. We treat everyone with dignity and respect. We act responsibly with the resources entrusted to us. We are accountable and act in accordance with these values.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to grow participation in ATV/UTV riding while upholding the best standards of safety and environmental responsibility through innovation, interaction and education.

What to Look For

BC's backcountry offers a host of exceptional ATV(OHV) riding opportunities, from single track boulder trails to wide forest trails . The Map symbols below identify Quad Riders Association of BC's (ATVBC) ATV(OHV) trails.

Map Symbol:
ATV (OHV) Trailhead
ATV (OHV) Trail

How to Search:

Follow the Search Guidelines below to find Quad Riders Association of BC Points of Interest.

Enter acronym in the search field
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POI Tip:

Click on the POI symbol to reveal more information. Some POI include descriptions, activities and much more.