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Yanks Peak Area

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Posted Sept 27

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Summer Motorized Closure on Yanks Peak

The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources, Recreation Sites and Trails Branch would like to remind all Off Road Vehicle users of the Summer Motorized Closure on Yanks Peak (Snowshoe Plateau).  This closure has been in effect since 2005 and was put in place to protect sensitive sub alpine environments.

Recent inspections have shown that there has been an increase in motorized activity within the closure areas and Ministry staff would like to remind users of several key points;

·         The Yanks Peak Snowmobile Cabin is NOT accessible by motorized vehicles in the snow free months

·         Roundtop Mountain is NOT accessible in summer due to vehicles leaving the hard packed road into sensitive areas

Revised strategic approach to rail trail management

Click on attachment for letter to Quad Riders Association of BC about  the Rail Trails Conflict


Wells ATV Trip

Thanks to the PG Citizen for permission to share these stories

Here are the two stories – the main piece as well as the sidebar.




BC News - Online survey will improve off-road vehicle activities

Interested members of the public are invited to complete an online survey about off-road vehicle use in the Thompson Rivers Natural Resource District until Sept. 7, 2014.

Click below to read story and survey

Direct to survey


2014 Poker Ride Winners


1st Chris Taylor – $3000

2nd Mario Guzola – Kitt Trailer - pic below

3rd Name to follow – Oasis Insurance

4th Ernie Rice – Winch donated by Kawasaki

5th Rick MacDonald - Campfire in a Can donated by Campfire in a Can

6th Name to follow - $200 donated by Explorers ATV Club

Quad Riders Association of BC Scholarship Winners

Quad Riders Association of BC is pleased to announce the winners of the first scholarships awarded by the Association. Following careful consideration of all the applications which were of excellent quality, the Committee decided that the two winners were as follows.

Carly Frenkel of Prince George whose grandfather is a member of the Ridgeriders ATV Club. Carly has been accepted into the University of Northern British Columbia for September under the academic achiever category.

Brett Dopp of Salmo whose grandfather is a member of Salmo Valley Seniors ATV Club. Brett has been accepted into Selkirk College this fall studying Digital Arts and New Media.

Carly and Brett will each receive $1000 towards their registration costs this fall.

Our congratulations to each of them and thanks to all who applied. It is our intention to continue with this program next year and award at least two more $1000 scholarships.

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