Kamloops and Shuswap region offers some of the
best off-road cycling in British Columbia. Kamloops
offers a lot of diversity for riders, from desert-like
singletrack to high speed alpine down hill riding.
One of the most popular and accessible areas,
is Mount Dufferin, located just west of city
centre. Away from the city, you'll find mountain
biking at Stake Lake, Inks Lake, Bush Lake,
and Greenstone Mountain.
From Kamloops head east on the Trans Canada
Highway # 1 into the Shuswap region and Salmon
Arm. Before you reach Salmon Arm there are two
courses you should investigate, they are Bastion
Mountain and Rubberhead. The Mount Ida trail
which can be reached from city centre is for
advanced riders where the view of the Shuswap
is unsurpassed. Other trails are Prudential
and Little Mountain.
Revelstoke, on the Trans Canada Highway east
of Salmon Arm, is a quiet town surrounded by
mountains, awesome scenery and one of the best
biking areas in the province. It's the Keystone
Standard Basin Trail, which is physically and
technically difficult and only for the strong
of heart and limbs. Be safe, have fun!
& Suppliers in the region
Big Bar Guest Ranch: No deadlines, fresh mountain air, good horses & trails that lead to spectacular views. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Cariboo, where time has no meaning, we offer riding, hiking, gold panning, canoeing, hay rides, fishing, x-country skiing, snowmobiling,... more
Sundance Guest Ranch: We’re located in one of the sunniest spots in Canada - the southern interior of BC. Whether you love the adrenaline rush of a spirited horse, or first-timer content to take it easy, you're going to love our accommodation, recreation, the many amenities and mo... more
The Rustic Resort: Fishing as good as it gets! Our resort just north of Kamloops has over 30 lakes joined by streams, naturally reproducing with wild Kamloops trout, perfect for flyfishing and float tubing. Enjoy hiking trails into lakes, mountain biking, the wildlife or just t... more
best way to cycle and to have complete up to
date information on trails is to join a cycle
club. For information on clubs, activities,
rules and regulations contact the Cycling BC.
office at (604) 737-3034 or visit their web
For a list of local bike shops, contact the
local Chamber of Commerce in each town, they
will be pleased to help you out. When out mountain
biking the most important thing is to be safe,
have fun and respect private property.