A Rugged Adventure in the Chilcotin Mountains24 Nov 5 Guest / plog
Dakota and Paul head into the rugged wilderness of British Columbia’s South Chilcotin Mountains for a five-day, self-supported bikepacking adventure, setting up two different base camps along the way as launching points for unloaded riding. Learn more about their route, Dakota’s gear and vegan meal plan, plus a selection of photos…
Making Time for the Trail25 Sep 10 RJ Sauer / plog
Earlier this summer, RJ Sauer set out on his first family bikepacking trip on a section of the BC Trail. A year prior, RJ had ridden the entire route during the BC Epic 1000, an annual bikepacking race from Merritt to Fernie. This time, with his wife and nine-month-old son Oliver in tow, he was out to see it with a fresh perspective…
98 mi. / 158 km4 days
Bikepacking the Camelsfoot Range4 Sep 29 Skyler Des Roches CanadaIf variety is the spice of life, this is a five-star bikepacking route. From nirvanic double-track, to rowdy DH descents, with some rooty tech, some open alpine free-riding, a tough bushwhack, and a bit of gravel grinding thrown in, it has it all.