Welcome to the Boundary Regional Motorized Trail Network. This motorized-friendly trail network was developed by the Grand Forks ATV Club in partnership with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations. The development coincided with the club’s New Horizons for Seniors Project which focused on encouraging local seniors and near seniors to get up, get out, join in, and ride safe. As part of this project the club held and took part in numerous events and activities in the Grand Forks area, offered multiple ATV safety courses, developed the Boundary Regional Motorized Trail Network, and purchased a few GPS units for members to use while navigating these trails. The trail network comprises of over 1400 Km of mapped trials, spanning from Greenwood east to Castlegar and Grand Forks north to Edgewood. These trails will take you through a variety of ecosystems and wildlife habitat. There is everything from Grassland hills in the south to Alpine riding further north. Trail surfaces include old railway bed, active forest service road, deactivated road, and off-road trails. They will take you from down in the valley floors to way up high in the mountain peaks.
- Developed by the Grand Forks ATV Club in partnership with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations
- Part of the Grand Forks ATV Club’s New Horizons for Seniors Project
- Over 1400 Km of mapped trails
- Variety of trail surfaces and riding terrain
- Riding for all levels of ability
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK – TO YOUR OWN ABILITY
Use extreme caution, majority of these trials are Forest Service Roads which are used regularly by other vehicles. Third Party Liability Insurance, a valid Driver’s License, and a DOT approved helmet are required to operate a motorized vehicle on these trails. It is always best to use multiple navigational tools and be prepared for the worst as weather conditions can change drastically in a short period of time.
Please note that the trails are not marked, the accuracy of the mapping information is limited, and that all trails are subject to change without notice.
- Use caution, ride safely and responsibly at all times
- Watch for other users, vehicles, and logging trucks
- Third Party Liability Insurance, a valid Driver’s License, and a DOT approved helmet are required
- Use multiple navigational tools
- Weather conditions can change rapidly
- Trails are mapped but NOT marked and subject to change without notice.
Bear Creek Trail