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Where there are hidden waters,
there are lands around them

that beG to be eXplOrED

We are a place of protected playgrounds

mAde Up of pROvinCial pArkS

We are regional parks, established trails, backcountry multi-day hikes and accessible day hikes with the dog. We are mountain biking in some of British Columbia’s best trail networks, lift-accessed downhill biking, and we are also simple strolls along the lakeshore with the family. If hiking to the top and shouting to the clouds from a viewpoint is what you’re after, we have that. Want to feel the cool mist from cascading forces of water at some of British Columbia’s best and biggest waterfalls? We have that too. Whatever level of hiking and trail adventure you’re looking for, you’ll find it here.

Dylan Sherrard | Kamloops, BC


Desert-like valleys framed with grasslands, hoodoos, and sandstone canyons shrouded in pine forests and sagebrush provide the perfect backdrop to gentle hiking trails and some of BC’s best downhill biking. Find Canada’s largest municipal bike park and endless trails to ride and hike here.

Mountain Biking in Kamloops
Hiking in Kamloops


Lower North Thompson Valley

Meadows of refreshing lakes, old-growth forests, and wildflowers will have you hiking for many days. Sun Peaks bike park and a large network of cross-country and downhill trails make for a thrilling ride for all levels. Rent a bike or bring your own to some of BC’s best trail networks.

Trails in Barriere
Allen Jones | Barriere Lower North Thompson Valley
Wells Gray Tourism | Wells Gray Provincial Park

WeLLs Gray

Provincial Park

Guided and self-guided hiking brings raw and wild protected nature to your adventures with wildlife viewing, waterfall viewing, viewpoints, and alpine exploration. Wells Gray was born from volcanoes carved by glaciers creating an authentic biking and hiking network you won’t find anywhere else in BC.

Hiking in Wells Gray
Mountain Biking in Wells Gray
Photo Viewpoints in Wells Gray
Guided Tours in Wells Gray


Chilcotin Coast

Gentle lakeside strolls like those of the Canim Lake area and walks through history at several sites in the region create accessible trail networks that immerse you in nature while providing an educational and interpretive experience.

Learn about the Cariboo
Blake Jorgenson | Canim Falls, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

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