Hiking All Summer Long

The saying that a day in the mountains isn't counted on your life's timeline must be true because where did the time go? Up at Valkyr Adventures, they have had some great hiking trips so far this summer, and they are not done yet. Read More

Hard Work at Mt. Carlyle

Mount Carlyle Lodge has been doing a lot of work at this summer! They've been busy putting the finishing touches on their remote campsites. Beautiful cedar tent platforms and outdoor-kitchen platforms, plus more trail building (over 15km so far this year). Whew! Just wait until you see what they have planned next! Read More

Spectacular Summer So Far

Summer 2015 has been spectacular so far at Canadian Adventure Company's Mallard Mountain Lodge. The scenery has been dazzling for guests. Read More

Member Lodges Featured

Two of our member lodges Boulder Hut Adventures & Golden Alpine Holidays (Meadow Lodge) have been featured in Unofficial Networks recent article on The Top 10 Backcountry Ski Huts in North America. Check out the article and find out more on where they rank. Read More

Summer at Assiniboine

Assiniboine Lodge on Facebook ~Aug. 10 Who wouldn't want to snuggle up in this cabin after a day out hiking in these magnificent mountains? Check it out at Assiniboine Lodge! Read More

Multi-Use Trail Now Open

Update to original post: Trail Update — Monashee Provincial Park - New Alpine Singletrack Deep in the Monashee Mountains, south of Revelstoke, BC sits one of the fastest growing alpine singletrack hotspots in North America. Read More

Summer At Sorcerer Lodge

Summer is in full swing and the folks at Sorcerer Lodge are taking full advantage of the breathtakingly rugged Selkirk Mountains. If you're a strong mountaineer or hiker looking for a unique lodge-based adventure this is the place for you. Read More

Watch Now: The Ghosts of K2

The history behind the mountaineer's mountain. A BBC documentary which explores the history of climbing K2, the mountaineers mountain, from the early days to the summit with historical footage photographs & re-enactments. Read More

Always Be Prepared

Always be prepared for bear encounters while exploring the B.C. backcountry. By Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press A woman who surprised a grizzly while hiking up remote mountains in British Columbia's Interior had no time to protect herself or prevent the bear attack, a conservation officer said. Read More

A Bit of Winter in July

Boulder Hut Adventures on Facebook ~July 29~ Check out this quick video teaser from the Bomb Snow TV episodes by Bridger Brigade Productions and start dreaming of your winter lines at Boulder Hut Adventures. Read More

Laying Fresh Singletrack

Sol Mountain Lodge on Facebook ~July 23 · The crew is laying fresh singletrack - top of the Bunny Slope. It's a fun place to ride bikes. Read More

Have You Planned Your Trip?

Goliath the mountain goat is ready to welcome guests at Durrand Glacier - Selkirk Mountain Experience! Have you planned your trip to one of our lodges? Read More

Leave No Trace

Backcountry lodges make things a bit easier, but the principles of "Leave No Trace" are always a great reminder on how to keep our wildness pristine for years to come. Read More

Backcountry Wedding

Golden rules for destination weddings and Purcell Mountain Lodge offers year-round elopement packages to intimate private backcountry weekend weddings for up to thirty guests. Read More

Summer Season is Upon Us

A new season is upon us at the BLBCA. Both in terms of the weather and our website. The summer season is nearly here and our BLBCA lodges offering summer amenities are getting ready for another great year. Read More

Social Licence in BC

Fred Bunnell, University of British Columbia  “Crown land is unique to the Commonwealth and better represented in British Columbia than anywhere else in the Commonwealth (95% of the land base). Read More

Nepal Needs Our Help

“My name is Ian Eakins and I had the privilege to live in Nepal for 11 years from 1977-88 and I guided mountain and river trips there until 1993.  Read More

Gratitude For Powder

Dolores LaChapelle once said, “Joy is the response of a lover receiving what he loves. This is the joy we feel when skiing powder... This overflowing gratitude is what produces the absolutely stupid, silly grins that we always flash at one another at the bottom of a powder run. Read More