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      The park’s landscapes vary from dramatic mountains and alpine lakes in the south, to gentler volcanic hills and lava formations, to the flat, forested Chilcotin Plateau in the north.

      The spectacular scenery in the south makes it a popular destination for horseback riding, backpacking, hunting, wildlife viewing, mountaineering and mountain biking. Because of the park’s remoteness, visitors must be experienced in backcountry travel and completely self-sufficient. These trails are rugged, wilderness trails. They are not regularly maintained. Signage rarely exists. Carry a folding saw, and be prepared to use it. Ride, don't slide, unless you're coming back to fix the corner, because no one else is.

      This park teems with wildlife; you might see mountain goats, California bighorn sheep, moose or predators such as wolves, black and grizzly bears. Please do not stress them by approaching closely.

      NOTE: All trails are multi-use, in both directions. Bikers give way to hikers and horses. Ride with respect for the trail, the wilderness and other users. Please do not post times to the leader board - race safely against friends in bike parks, not Provinical Parks.

      Bicycles and horses: Bikes give way to horseback riders for a number of reasons: A group of riders -often with packhorses - cannot always get off the trail for a mountain bike - please be patient and, f possible, go to the bottom side of a trail to give way - reason: horse(s) spooking uphill are easier to get under control than those bolting downhill). Remember animals DO NOT perceive what we do: In the horse’s mind, a mountain bike is reminiscent of a speedy silent predator coming at them. It is very important for cyclists to slow down, stop and SPEAK to the horse and rider. On hearing a human voice, most horses will calm quickly. Both horse and rider will appreciate your understanding. Mountain bikes can spook horses more than motor vehicles, because they are relatively quiet and can come upon them so suddenly, while motorized vehicles can be heard coming. Speed is seen to most animals as a threat or attack, this is why it is important to slow down and move over. Moving over (if possible) shows you are non-threatening.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      eBikes Allowed: No
      Land Status: Provincial Park
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      Region Details
      10 mountain bike trails

      Region Status
      Caution as of Mar 6, 2022
      Local Trail Association

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails (view details)
      10
      Trails Mountain Bike
      10
      Trails Hike
      10
      Trails Trail Running
      10
      Total Distance
      58 miles
      Total Descent
      10,550 ft
      Total Vertical
      2,366 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      7,654 ft
      Reports
      190
      Photos
      37
      Ridden Counter
      313

      Photos of Big Creek Provincial Park Mountain Bike

      trail: Elbow Pass
      39 |
      May 4, 2022 @ 10:26am
      May 4, 2022
      60 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:34pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      66 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:33pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      76 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:33pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      60 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:32pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      51 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:32pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      48 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:30pm
      Sep 21, 2020
      51 |
      Sep 21, 2020 @ 10:29pm
      Sep 21, 2020

      Videos of Big Creek Provincial Park Mountain Bike

      youtuber INTO GRIZZLY COUNTRY | Bikepacking the...
      19:46 | 633 | Aug 7, 2018 , Gold Bridge
      youtuber HE SENT IT BLIND! | BK vs BC Episode 5
      17:51 | 781 | Aug 2, 2018 , Gold Bridge

      Recent Trail Reports

      statustraildateconditioninfouser
      Grant Creek Trail
      Sep 9, 2021 @ 9:32pm
      Sep 9, 2021
      Dryfine (if you like this sort of thing)jjnorm SORCA
      Tyoax Creek Trail
      Aug 28, 2021 @ 10:17am
      Aug 28, 2021
      VariableVery difficult route-finding and not much...tarakathleen
      Little Graveyard Trail
      Aug 14, 2021 @ 8:09am
      Aug 14, 2021
      WetAugust 2nd: Trail is a little hard to...greg2differ
      Graveyard Creek Trail
      Aug 14, 2021 @ 8:04am
      Aug 14, 2021
      Dry August 2nd - Rode from Elbow down to...greg2differ
      Elbow Pass
      Aug 8, 2021 @ 7:42pm
      Aug 8, 2021
      VariableNo issues - a little boggy at the bottom...simonsaysgo
      Big Creek Trail
      Jul 27, 2021 @ 6:00pm
      Jul 27, 2021
      Prevalent MudMuddy in some sections but largely...Scottrosebiz
      Big Creek Lorna
      Jul 27, 2021 @ 5:58pm
      Jul 27, 2021
      Prevalent MudVery muddy and beat upScottrosebiz
      Relay Creek Trail
      Sep 15, 2020 @ 12:07pm
      Sep 15, 2020
      VariableLarge tree down across trail, blocking...bcboy
      Tosh Creek Trail
      Aug 14, 2020 @ 6:41am
      Aug 14, 2020
      VariableAs a bikepacker, I felt obliged to finish...LJWR
      Lower Big Creek to Graveyard Cabin
      Jul 9, 2018 @ 3:46pm
      Jul 9, 2018
      Variable Trail brushed of blowdown and nightlines...Gplayfair BRVCA

      Activity Feed

      usernameactiontypetitledate
      user #2008050Vinc33wishlistrouteChilcotins Day 2 and 1 more
      May 18, 2022 @ 4:36am
      May 18, 2022
      user #1042637callofthewildphotosaddphoto at Elbow Pass in Gold Bridge, British Columbia, Canada
      May 4, 2022 @ 10:32am
      May 4, 2022
      user #1184757cougarguideriddentrailLower Big Creek to Graveyard Cabin
      Apr 5, 2022 @ 4:49pm
      Apr 5, 2022
      user #2414045bbcline1991addreport and 1 more
      Dec 27, 2021 @ 11:18pm
      Dec 27, 2021
      user #463988jjnormaddreportGrant Creek Trail
      Sep 9, 2021 @ 9:33pm
      Sep 9, 2021

      Recent Comments

      usernametypetitlecommentdate
      user #126439flipfantasiareportGrant Creek Trailcheers, we'll be starting at Taseko headed...
      Aug 16, 2021 @ 10:41am
      Aug 16, 2021
      user #1240510megastewreportGrant Creek TrailWe were heading from Warner to Lorna Lake - so...
      Aug 16, 2021 @ 10:31am
      Aug 16, 2021
      user #126439flipfantasiareportGrant Creek Trailthanks for the report, going to be out that...
      Aug 16, 2021 @ 9:52am
      Aug 16, 2021
      user #6887derekrtrailBig Creek TrailApologies, my comment was directed at another...
      Aug 28, 2020 @ 1:30pm
      Aug 28, 2020
      user #6887derekrtrailBig Creek TrailThis trail goes along a large flood plain and...
      Aug 28, 2020 @ 11:22am
      Aug 28, 2020

      Nearby Riding Areas

      namedistance
      Mud Lakes 1 119.3 km
      Tyaughton Lake 5 12 10 123.9 km
      Gun Lake 1 2 625.7 km
      Sunshine Mountain 3 1 132.8 km

      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike1058 miles10,551 ft30 miles2,365 ft
      #4,095#2233719017197
      Hike1058 miles10,551 ft30 miles2,365 ft
      #3,420#20119022
      Trail Running1058 miles10,551 ft30 miles2,365 ft
      #3,430#1971902
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