With over 32,000 kilometers of multi-use trails and close to 3,000 trailheads, the Trail Adventure Layer gives you all you need to explore the spectacular natural settings of BC. Home to the only desert in Canada, the highest mountains in North America, and some of the tallest trees and highest waterfalls in Canada, BC’s trails are sure to lead you to some of the most awe-inspiring sceneries in the world.
Whether you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, we offer you the most comprehensive network of multi-use trail systems available than any other source. To make your trail adventures even more exhilarating, we have included actual trail tracks that allow to track your desired routes along with searchable trail activities (hiking only trail vs mountain biking adventure).
In addition to geo-referencing the Trail Points of Interest, we have included short descriptions on most of these sites and trails. These write-ups include location, activities legend (hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, camping, and more), nearby amenities and attractions, trail elevation gain, difficulty level (easy, moderate, difficult), trail distance, as well as trail tracks, trail history and wheelchair accessibility, seasonal information and terrain conditions where available.
Trail Adventure Legend (Activities):
- Backcountry Tent
- Horseback Riding
- Interpretive Signs
- Wheelchair Accessible
- X-country Skiing
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 Trail Adventure Layer.
- Multi-Use Trails – Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing
- Trans Canada Trail (2,250+ km)
- Backcountry Routes
- Hiking Trails
- Mountain Biking Trails
- Horseback/Equestrian Trails
- Cross-Country Trails
- Snowshoe Trails
- Backcountry Camping
- Nearby Activities
- Nearby Amenities
- Elevation Gain
- Trail Activities
- Difficulty Level
- Trail Distance
- And More…
Horse Council BC is a membership-driven not-for-profit association representing the interests of the equine industry in all sectors throughout British Columbia. Tradition, strong values and superior hard work provided by our volunteers has made Horse Council BC the largest and most successful multi-discipline, multi-breed equine association in Canada.
Horse Council BC continues to grow each year with membership reaching over 23,500 in 2014. Horse Council BC actively represents the equine industry in agriculture, industry, sport, and recreation through education, grant funding programs, club support, liability insurance, and participant programs.
Horse Council British Columbia is a member service organization that collaborates with business, industry, and government on behalf of equine welfare, sports, recreation and the individual rider/driver.
BC's offers a host of exceptional Horseback Riding/Equestrian Trails. The Map symbols below identify the Horse Council BC, Horseback and Equestrian Trails.Map Symbol:
|Long Distance Trail|
How to Search:
Follow the Search Guidelines below to find Horse Council BC Points of Interest.
|Enter acronym in the search field|
|Make Sure to select All Categories|
Click on the POI symbol to reveal more information. Some POI include descriptions, photos, activities and much more.