16 Favorite Photos from Riding the Wild in Northern BC

Winter is right around the corner and now I am preparing for a several  winter  Ride the Wild adventures. Here are some of my favorite  photos from this last year. Enjoy!

The Fraser River at low water
These guys should have been riding fatbikes instead of a fatcat SUV!

The Buckhorn area, southeast of Prince George, has some great views of the Caribou Mountain Range to the east.

Need I say more?

The Bear Lake area, north or Prince George, has some great sand riding. This area was the northern shoreline of a glacial lake that once covered the central interior following the big  melt during the late Pleistocene.

Jasper National Park has tonnes of trails and great views.

Did I say Northern BC? Sorry, this kitsch shot is from Audra Petersen’s rental cabin in the Tatlayoko Valley, southwest of Williams Lake.

Tatlayoko Lake

Light at the end of the tunnel

 The slopes east and west of Okanagan Lake, in  Kelowna, provide some fantastic and interesting views.

The Chub Lake area, just south of Prince George, has some great country riding through pastures and aspen stands. You may even run into other kinds of riders.

The Beatton River Valley, east of Fort St. John, has some big visuals if your willing to push your bike up a %45 slope for a kilometer or more.

My  bike was impounded recently and I was charged with “having too much fun” at Heart Lake Provincial Park in the heart of the Rockies.

A “green-dot” Sunset over Charlie Lake