Brushing of the Viper, George Creek and Sawdust Trails

posted by George Hohnisch   [ updated ]

Trail brushing and clearing of dead falls on the George Creek, Viper and Sawdust Trails was made possible by the generosity of the following sponsors: Quad Riders Association of BC (ATVBC) , Cycle North Powersports, Forest Power Sports, Prince George ATV Club, Prince George Motorsports, Recreation Sites and Trails BC and the volunteers from the PGATV Club. Below are a few before and after photos. 
Some 28 kilometers were bushed.  


Volunteers at Work

posted Sep 5, 2016, 9:12 PM by George Hohnisch

A few photos of some members installing signs where outhouses are not ready visible on the trails and cleaning out the culverts on the Dorothy Lake Trail.

Yamaha Cabin Face Lift

posted Aug 10, 2016, 10:07 PM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Aug 10, 2016, 10:12 PM ]

To all, special thanks to the Volunteers that assisted in doing some much needed painting, and cleaning of the Yamaha Cabin, the following  John Ruston, Bob & Sue Stewart, Jeff Mohr, Bob Orr, along with three members of the Snowmobile Club, Meghan, Steve and Mary spent many hours this past Monday doing the job, the pictures speak for it all. 

ATVBC Newsletter

posted Aug 8, 2016, 12:01 PM by George Hohnisch

The August copy of the ATVBC Newsletter has been posted and contains an item regarding out ride to Wells. 


posted Jun 29, 2016, 1:31 PM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Jun 29, 2016, 1:36 PM ]

The Prince George ATV Club would like to thank everyone who helped make our 2016 poker ride a huge success. This event truly represented ATV riders coming together to help raise funds for trail improvements and would not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors and volunteers.


Cycle North Power Sports, Forest Power Sports, Prince George Motorsports, NR Motors Ltd., Canadian, Tire KK Motors, Lordco Parts Ltd., Interior OffRoad, Spruce Credit Union, Summit Power Tools, Northern Toyota, Power River ATV Club, Bob Orr, John Ruston, Dorothy McCoy, Marlaine Mohr, Tanya Barett and friends. 

Tabor Mountain Riding Tracks

posted Apr 11, 2016, 9:49 AM by George Hohnisch

The following link will provide you with some mapping information for enjoying the trails on Tabor Mountain. Further tracks will be added as they become available.

Off Road Vehicle Registration and Safety Provisions

posted Oct 18, 2015, 5:05 PM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Oct 18, 2015, 5:05 PM ]

Off-road vehicle registration and safety provisions are mandatory on Crown land effective Nov. 1, 2015, following passage of regulations in support of the Off-Road Vehicle Act.

Click on link below to read news release. 

Off-road vehicle registration mandatory on Nov. 1

BC News - Off-road vehicle use can cause environmental damage

posted Jun 26, 2015, 8:29 AM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Jun 26, 2015, 8:29 AM ]

People who enjoy exploring B.C.’s spectacular backcountry need to do it responsibly and be aware of their legal obligations, or they may face hefty fines and possible jail time.

Ministry - Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations


posted Feb 17, 2015, 10:24 PM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Feb 17, 2015, 10:24 PM ]

Bob Zimmer M.P. Prince George - Peace River News Release -  Burgess Trail Bridge Installation and Trail Regeneration 
Please see the attached file for information contained in the news release.

Motorized Closure on Yanks Peak

posted Sep 19, 2014, 7:37 PM by George Hohnisch   [ updated Jun 24, 2015, 6:34 PM ]

The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources, Recreation Sites and Trails Branch would like to remind all Off Road Vehicle users of the Summer Motorized Closure on Yanks Peak (Snowshoe Plateau).  This closure has been in effect since 2005 and was put in place to protect sensitive sub alpine environments.

Recent inspections have shown that there has been an increase in motorized activity within the closure areas and Ministry staff would like to remind users of several key points;

·        The Yanks Peak Snowmobile Cabin is NOT accessible by motorized vehicles in the snow free months

·        Roundtop Mountain is NOT accessible in summer due to vehicles leaving the hard packed road into sensitive areas

·        All motorized traffic must remain on the designated trail (Yanks Peak Trail, identified in the field with white arrows), braiding into sensitive areas is starting to occur.

Recreation Sites and Trails BC knows the benefits of providing summer motorized access to areas in the high country and have taken great strides to provide the opportunity via certain trails, while continuing to manage the sensitive areas that users come to see. 

We greatly appreciate your cooperation in ensuring all users remain outside the closure areas, and on the designated trails.


For more details visit our website at

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