Williams Lake ‘Bikes & Beer’ Scene

Beer and biking go together like birds on a feather and that is especially true for the Puddle. Dave’s brewery, named after Williams Lake’s most popular trail network, Fox Mountain, will not disappoint. An ideal way to combine craft beer and mountain biking is a visit to Fox Mountain Brewing Co at 215 Donald Road, Williams Read the full article…


Status Update – Wonderland Network, Quesnel

The 2021 riding season is on in Quesnel. The following trails within the network are open and good to go. For additional, last-minute info, check out Trailforks. 🟢 What the Huck (climbing trail)🟢 Wonderland🟢 Mosster🟢 Sluice Box🟢 Woodburry’s Way🟢 Angry Beaver🟢 Mucho Oro


T’exelc Community Trail Project

Ride The Cariboo

The Williams Lake First Nations has big plans for future trail construction. Scheduled for 2021, sees the construction of a 1,750m multi-use hiking/biking trail. This machine build, single track trail is suitable for all types of bicycles and also allows for winter snowshoe access. The trail will be constructed as a “Green/Beginner” trail, with dirt features that Read the full article…


Fox Mountain Signage Project

Tom Schoen

The Williams Lake Cycling Club in partnership with Recreation Sites and Trails (Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development) is undertaking a comprehensive sign infrastructure upgrade project. New trail markers and trail confirmation signs will be installed on all Fox Mountain Network signs. Work will continue throughout the summer, so expect trail Read the full article…


GoByBike – Sept. 28 – Oct. 4

September 28-October 4, 2020 is Go by Bike BC’s bike to work and school week. An opportunity to raise awareness around the health benefits of riding your bicycle, while reducing vehicle emissions in our communities, any time you ride your bike this week (e.g. for exercise, fun/recreation, taking a mental health break, commuting…) you can Read the full article…


Trail closures – July 2020

Due to landslides and unstable ground, Lower Max and the start of Booga Wooga are gone or in a dangerous condition. We remind riders to not go below booga wooga due to river valley closures.


COVID-19 / Flatten The Curve (March 26 Update)

Thomas Schoen

The Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium and the Williams Lake Cycling Club is monitoring the information made available about the Covid-19 pandemic and will adapt as required.

As of today, Recreation Sites and Trails (Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development) has not issued trail closures for trail networks in British Columbia. This might become reality if trail users are attending group rides, shuttle in groups and are riding tight with others.


2019 Season: A Milestone Year For Quesnel Trails

Quesnel Observer

2019 brought a number of major trail upgrades and new trail construction to Quesnel’s “Wonderland” and “Dragon Mountain” networks. The City of Quesnel in partnership with the Cariboo Regional District and the Gold Rush Cycling Club, hired First Journey Trails to carry out construction of 6 new trails, based on the 2018 trail masterplan. Below Read the full article…


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