Welcome to the Bulkley Valley Quad Riders Society
The Bulkley Valley Quad Riders Society (The Society) is a non profit society formed by Smithers and area residents to provide a family oriented group which can get together for various rides and other functions.
The Society's goal is to promote and sustain the recreational and safe use of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) in our area. We encourage environmentally friendly practices in and around our forests by educating those who use ATVs and other off highway vehicles.
We will endeavor to create and maintain several scenic routes and trails in the Bulkley Valley for responsible public use. We intend to increase our membership to include all responsible ATV users in the Bulkley Valley and beyond.
We are determined to educate and show all of those who are opposed to the use of ATVs in our area that we are about preserving sensitive ecosystems. We will strive to become a pillar in the recreational ATV community and plan to host many functions at all levels of ATVer abilities in and around the Bulkley Valley.
Volunteers for Jonas Creek Work
We will be going out to Jonas Creek to put in Sonotube and cement and erect a pre-fab outhouse if we can get enough volunteers for that project. We would start at 8:30 Saturday morning. We are also going to pre-fab the kiosk on Sunday 10:00 am at 4459 Schibli Street. Call Dave Tolton 250-877-3204 if you can help.
You can now join or renew your membership online. This service is offered through ATVBC and includes ATVBC and club memberships. Join/Renew
Wildlife Habitat Area - Telkwa Caribou
Wildlife Habitat Area (WHA) for Telkwa Caribou (WHA 6-333) is now established in the Skeena region under The
Government Actions Regulation (GAR) of the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA) and the
Environmental Protection and Management Regulation (EPMR) of the Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA).
Overview Map. Download the official maps for the WHA at http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/esd/distdata/ecosystems/frpa/wha/r6/twha_6-333.zip
Off-Road Vehicle Owners
Q & A document to help answer some of the questions that have been asked about the OHV Registration and Licensing requirements Q & A
Visit the Government Web Site or post on the ATVBC Web Forum for more information. Mandatory registration extended to November 1, 2015
November 1/15 update to Orv Regulation
We are currently developing a catalogue of ATV ride trails within the Bulkley Valley. Each ride will have gps data, mapped track, location and directions as well as general conditions and duration.
Interested in retracing one of our rides... view the ride catalogue
All sorts of outdoor recreation guides you maybe interested in. Latest products, 2012 are available for our area. Backroad Mapbooks
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