Recreation Sites & Trails
Remember to follow the Provincial Health Officer's Guidelines for BC Travel. Click here for information on Recreation Sites and Trails BC’s ongoing response to COVID-19.
Bring your own ‘Clean Trip Kit’. A clean trip kit includes hand sanitizer, gloves and toilet paper.
We are aware of intermittent issues with the interactive map application. Please use the other search functions to locate a site or trail while we try to resolve the map application issues.
Do you have a specific question? Use our “contact us” page to get in touch with District Recreation Staff.
Planning Your Visit
Information you need for planning a safe and enjoyable visit to B.C.'s rugged backcountry.
- Planning Your Visit to a Recreation Site or Trail
Recreation Youth Crews
Recreation Sites and Trails hires post-secondary students on summer crews.
Applications for 2020 are now closed and will be accepted again in January 2021.
For more info please visit: Recreation Youth Crews
Safety Alerts, Closures & Warnings
Check for possible closures or alerts that may affect the site or trail you plan to visit.
The Recreation Sites and Trails BC Program
Recreation Sites and Trails BC exists to provide safe, quality recreation opportunities for the public by developing, maintaining and managing a network of sites and trails
- The Recreation Sites and Trails BC Program
Trails Strategy Review
A formal review of the Trails Strategy for BC is underway. The review is to ensure the continued relevance and importance of the Trails Strategy to recreationists, communities, First Nations, tourism proponents and the province as a whole.