FMCBC and Dave Quinn help KMC celebrate 50 years of mountaineering

Dave Quinn: Award winning author, wilderness guide, wildlife biologist and … Continue reading

Backcountry Recreation Study

The FMCBC went through its Strategic Planning process in 2011-2012 … Continue reading

FMCBC opposes Bill 4: Park Amendment Act

Bill 4: Park Amendment Act has already gone through its … Continue reading

FMCBC’s 2014 AGM will be held in Castlegar

Plans are fully underway for our 2014 Annual General Meeting … Continue reading

FMCBC submits comments on GAS resort proposal

The FMCBC Southwest BC Recreation and Conservation Committee submitted a … Continue reading

Fill out our survey at www.mountainclubs.org/21mile to report snowmobile infractions in the Rainbow Lake 21 Mile Creek non-motorized zone.

Recreation and Conservation

In the Recreation & Conservation program, committees work with representatives from the provincial government, land and resource industries and commercial recreation to resolve conflicts with other users and stakeholders.

Trails and Access

In the Trails & Access program, the committees' work includes trail access, trail building and maintenance, advocating for new trail projects, networking with BC Parks, the Ministry of Forests and Range, and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts.

Member Club Grant

The FMCBC allocates donations received to a specific fund to support projects being worked on by our member clubs. These funds, in addition to an annual budget of $1500, make up our annual Member Club Grant funding.

Insurance

Member Clubs have the opportunity to purchase 3rd Party Liability coverage through our Commercial General Liability policy and coverage for their club Executive Members through our Directors and Officers Liability Insurance program.
The Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC (FMCBC) promotes self-propelled activities, such as hiking, mountaineering and backcountry skiing through leadership, advocacy and education. We are a federation of outdoor clubs with a membership of approximately 4500 people from 31 clubs across the province. By working together with outdoor recreation organizations, industry and government agencies, we work to protect and maintain access for non-motorized backcountry recreation in British Columbia’s mountains and forests.