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Dancers performing at Aboriginal Activity Day
(Picture BC photo)

Chetwynd

Biking

Family biking in grasslands (Picture BC photo)

Family biking in grasslands (Picture BC photo)

Chetwynd's various roadways and mountain biking trails offer a range of riding experiences.

Trails range from leisurely country jaunts for the entire family to challenging grinders, hill climbs, and cross-country routes for hardcore bikers.

Mountain Biking Trails

Community forest trails north of Chetwynd feature numerous kilometers/miles of riding terrain through the forested slopes. Interconnecting trails vary in length from the 0.2km/0.12mi (Deer Point Trail) to the 12km/7.5mi (Connector Trail).

The longest route is the P2 Trail, which connects Chetwynd to Moberly Lake.

While many of the trails are rustic, some have recently been improved, such as Coyote Path, Crown, Cottonwood, and Windrem trails.

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