What makes our tours so unique? Multi-day access into true wilderness terrain requires the transportation of camping and personal gear, food supplies and spare bike equipment. On our tours, riders cycle free of any panniers and back packs. We transport all your personal gear in and out of camp, as well as between camps.
Our guides are trained in wilderness safety, knowledge of the wildlife and mountain trails. They make every trip a quality experience. If you want a break from the biking, we’ll take you on a guided hike to ancient fossil beds, teach you the art of fly-fishing for native rainbow trout, or give pointers on how to photograph the wildlife.
We pioneered “guided packhorse-supported mountain bike tours” in the south Chilcotin Mountains. These multi-day single-track wilderness bike tours are guided, and they are done in prime biking areas where there is no conflict with horses and hikers. We do not do unguided extreme biking.
All-inclusive adventures include accommodation, meals, guide(s) and packhorse(s) for transporting gear.
We recommend riders bring their own bikes.
Access in and out of camps varies between 3–9 hours and 5–20 km, and includes elevation changes up to 1,000m over uneven terrain. Daily itineraries vary according to the level of the trip and group interests.
Level I — beginner/intermediate, camping experience
Dates: June to October inclusive
4 Day — Monday noon to Thursday 1pm, Thursday noon to Sunday 1pm
7 Day — Sunday noon to Saturday 1pm
|“We were tourists in the best way, I guess. Close to the nature, answerable. For a catalogue in Canada it is not necessary to talk about the environment or pollution. For us of the small countries in Europe it is a big topic and we want to be reasonable guests in your wonderful country. We went to see a lot and we had deep impressions. Chilcotin country by its own and Chilcotin Holidays are a perfect combination.”|
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