Backcountry Hiking & Riding
Hike, bike, ride a horse or an ATV in the back country of Powell River as well as
Savary Island and Lund. check out the trails or find a club to join. .
See the Business Directory for commercial business services
4610 Claridge Road, Powell River V8A 5N2
Allen & Maureen Parsons 604 485 6882 Email
Promotes access to and appreciation of the alpine regions in our area and environmentally sound forest management. Provides logging road updates. Activities include alpine hiking, rock climbing, mountain climbing, backcountry snowshoeing and skiing. "Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but photographs."
c/o 4036 Manitoba, Powell River V8A 2W8
Dave Hodgins 604 485 2880 Email
Local group of ATV enthusiasts exploring the backwoods of Powell River. Trail building,
group rides, camp-
RR1 Padgett Road, Powell River V8A 4Z2
Mike Schulkowsky 604 485 4265 Email
Promotes responsible ("leave no trace -
Colin Dionne 604 689 7564 Email
The Access Society represents everyone who supports public access to the cliffs and mountains of B.C., and conservation of them. It was founded in 1995. We encourage anyone who supports our goals, particularly all climbers and mountaineers, to become involved, and support our work.
6919 Hammond Street, Powell River V8A 1R3 Email
Hugo Sloos, President Email
The Powell River Cycling Association was created in 2009 by a group of like-
Website includes trail maps, regular rides, toonie rides, videos, photos and much more.
Parks and Wilderness Society (PAWS)
Box 345, Powell River V8A 5C2
Eagle Walz 604 483 9565 Email
A charitable, non-
Funds are accepted at the Powell River Credit Union and are tax deductible. Receipts will be issued.
John Dove 604 486 7100
Hikes: Saturdays year-
General Store and Van Anda Post Office.
Bev Dunn, President 604 487 9182 Email
For horse enthusiasts with meetings, clinics, seminars, lessons, horse shows, and
clubhouse rentals. Co-
Meetings: 1st Monday 7:30 pm at Clubhouse, Paradise Exhibition Park.
Boating & Fishing Destinations & Resources
Located at an elevation of between 5500 and 5300 ft with the ridge extending in a
westerly direction, the recreation area is approximately 3 miles by 2 miles (unofficial)
of gently sloped terrain. The area is part of a provincial working forest, where
a portion has been logged and replanted. The clear-
Text by AR Pinch; read more at www.trailpeak.com
Developed and protected through the efforts of the Parks & Wilderness Society (PAWS),
the trail stretches 180 km from the Saltery Bay ferry terminal in the south to Sarah
Point in the world-
Jay Bresee 604 485 6592 Email
We provide seasonal weekday and weekend hikes, walks, other outdoor activities; such as maintaining trails and organizational meetings. Schedules available at the Complex, Visitor Centre and on the Sunshine Coast Trail website.
Powell River Hiking
Super AND Natural British Columbia
Incredible backcountry photos
Biking at Inland Lake
Photo: Discover Powell River
For a relaxing ride just north of Powell River, check out the 13km/8mi loop in Inland
Lake Provincial Park. The wide limestone path is so flat that the entire circuit
Rieveleys Pond Hut on the Sunshine Coast Trail North of Powell River.
See more videos here.
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