Advocacy

Help us protect and maintain access for quality, non-motorized, backcountry recreation experiences.

Membership

Join over 5000 members from across BC by becoming a Member Club, an Individual Member or an Associate Member of the FMCBC.

Member Club Grant

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Insurance

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About the Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC

Through leadership, advocacy and education, the FMCBC works to protect and maintain access to backcountry areas for quality, non-motorized recreation in BC. Our membership is comprised of a diverse group of non-motorized backcountry recreationists including hikers, rock climbers, mountaineers, trail runners, kayakers, mountain bikers, backcountry skiers and snowshoers. As an organization, we believe the enjoyment of these pursuits in an unspoiled environment is a vital component to the quality of life for British Columbians.

Latest issues

Right to Roam

What rights do the public have to access private and crown lands? What rights do the public have to use publicly funded roads to access crown lands?

Sea to Sky Access

Many areas in the Sea to Sky Corridor are difficult for backcountry users to access. Here’s our list of priority areas that we want to work with the province to resolve.

Singing Pass Trail Access

Restoring access to the Singing Pass Trail is one most contentious–and longstanding–access issues in the Sea to Sky corridor.

Cypress BAC

Working together to establish the public right to cross the Backcountry Access Corridor in Cypress Provincial Park before 9 am.

Latest news

Minister George Heyman decides the fate of Tetrahedron Provincial Park

I’m pleased to announce that, in a late afternoon phone call yesterday, I was advised by senior Ministry of Environment staff that Minster Heyman had in fact decided on the future of Tetrahedron Provincial Park. To quote the press release, “…the minister… evaluated the Chapman Lake expansion project and after careful consideration, is not prepared […]

Tetrahedron Provincial Park Update – January 2019

The FMCBC has been attempting for some months to broker a meeting with Minister Heyman and staff with several allied groups. The Minister advised us last week he is declining to meet. While we are unsure why, we understand ministry staff are hoping the FMCBC and our affiliated organisations will assist them by requesting the […]

21 Mile Creek motorized use monitoring

The Province is working with the Powder Mountain Snowmobile Club, ACC Whistler, Canadian Wilderness Adventures, and the FMCBC to improve compliance with the 21 Mile Creek Non–Motorized Area. A number of additional measures have been put into place this year to reduce non-compliance. The Powder Mountain Snowmobile Club is publicly supporting the non-motorized designation and […]

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