Motorized

Motorized and non-motorized recreational user groups throughout the Shuswap have made a commitment to work together through the Shuswap Regional Trails Roundtable and share in the responsible management of all recreational travel throughout the region. Together we are upholding the Secwepemc values of working together to take better care of the land through mutual respect, collaboration, and stewardship. 

Shuswap is home to many kilometres of backcountry forestry roads and trails ideal for exploration by ATV, motorcycle, and 4-Wheel Drive. Some areas include both motorized and non-motorized trails, and work is ongoing to improve safe, responsible trail access for all.

VHF radio frequencies are posted at km 0 of all forest service road and proper radio use is recommended. Only use authorized roads and routes. Always read and obey posted signs, warnings, and closures. 

For more information on ORV motorized recreation in the Shuswap visit:

Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile Club (North Shuswap) – www.crowclub.ca 
Hunters Range Snowmobile Association (Enderby/North Okanagan) – www.huntersrange.com 
Salmon Arm Snowblazers (Fly Hills Snowmobile Trails) – www.sasnowblazers.com 
Shuswap Backcountry Riders (ORV/ATV) – www.shuswapbackcountryriders.com 
Shuswap Dirt Riders (Motorcycle Club) – www.shuswapdirtriders.com 
Sled Sicamous (East Shuswap Snowmobile Trails) – www.sledsicamous.com 

And for more information on safe, responsible backcountry riding, visit:

ATV-BC – www.atvbc.ca 
BC Off-Road Motorcycle Association – www.bcorma.ca 
BC Snowmobile Federation – www.bcsf.org 
Let’s Ride BC – www.letsridebc.com 
Outdoor Recreation Council of BC – www.orcbc.ca
Recreation Sites and Trails BC – www.sitesandtrailsbc.ca

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Secwepemc Landmarks Project

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Motorized and non-motorized recreational user groups throughout the Shuswap have made a commitment to work together through the Shuswap Regional Trails Roundtable and share in the responsible management of all recreational travel throughout the region. Together we are upholding the Secwepemc values of working together to take better care of the land through mutual respect, collaboration, and stewardship.

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Fostering a healthy, engaged community in the Shuswap Region – economic/environmental/social – through well designed, maintained, and promoted trails connecting people, culture, and landscape

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