Rover Creek Trail Info
Current Trail Conditions : Trails Clear, Logging in some areas.
Lowest Trail Elevation - 552M
Highest Trail Elevation - 1520M
DO NOT RIDE WARDS FERRY TRAIL, WE WORK HARD TO HAVE A RIDING AREA, DO NOT RUIN IT FOR ALL. RESPECT TRAIL SIGNAGE
Degree of Difficulty
Ratings are assigned to trails based on difficulty compared to other trails in the Rover Creek system. A trail rated easiest by Rover Creek standards could possibly be rated hard or extreme elsewhere. Some trails of the same rated difficulty may be more challenging than others of the same rating. Trail conditions are always changing so use common sense and expect the unexpected.
What's Required to Ride?
-96db or less Exhaust
-Proper Grear, See Page
-Respect for other users
-Respect for wild life
Things to Know
-Rover Creek is user maintained so pitch in and help improve trail conditions.
-All trails are 2 way so use caution and watch for other riders . Yield to all non-motorized users.
-Signage is minimal and most trails are not marked, it is recommended to go with someone who rides rover frequently to get to know the area
-Rover Creek FSR and its spurs are active industry roads, Care should be taken to watch for other road users and ride at moderate speeds. Remember to always ride on the right and use extreme caution while going around blind corners.
-Rover Creek is crown land so registration is mandatory, $200 000 liability insurance Is required for all forest service roads in B.C, Rover Creek FSR and its spurs are no exceptions to this rule.
- Spark arrestors and helmets are not only a great idea they are the law on crown land in all of B.C.