3 day British Columbia discovery tour

Price: $1,950 CAD (includes KTM 1090r)

Bring your own bike: Subtract $400.00 CAD

Single occupancy: Add $400.00 CAD

Days: 3 days - 3 nights
(includes accommodation in Squamish the evening prior to departure)

Terrain: 70% gravel - 30% paved

Difficulty: easy/moderate
(technical options for more experienced riders)

Dates: June 15th 2019 - September 30th 2019 
(discounts on group bookings of 4 or more) 

Group size: 2 - 8 Motorcycles

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Squamish - Tyax Lodge

Day 2:  Tax Lodge - Harrison Hot Springs

Day 3:  Harrison Hot Springs - Squamish


Excluded from tour

  • Travel insurance (mandatory)

  • Medjet Assist (recommended)

  • Safety gear (knee braces, body armour, 

  • Meals

  • Alcohol

  • Refundable damage deposit ($2,000 CAD)

  • Taxes

  • Riding apparel 

Included in tour:

  • Support Vehicle

  • Motorcycle guide

  • Experienced first aid staff

  • DOT approved Helmet

  • Motorcycle Boots

  • Motorcycle gloves

  • Basic knee pads (we recommend guests bring their own safety armour)

  • 3 nights accommodation

  • 3 day motorcycle rental

  • Third party liability & comprehensive motorcycle insurance

  • MVMA swag pack

  • Full use of resort facilities 

  • Transportation from Vancouver to Squamish

Tour add-ons

  • Scenic mountain & glacier flight 

  • Hells Gate Air Tram 

  • Harrison lake luxury spa facilities 

Riding apparel

We have joined up with FXR Racing to offer guests the option to purchase standard and custom MVMA riding apparel for your adventure ride and have it here waiting for you upon arrival. Once you book you will be sent a temporary discount code that will allow you to shop freely online and choose a kit that suits your taste & style from the large selection they have on offer.

We will also be offering custom MVMA souvenir apparel in the near future that you can take home and keep as a reminder of the time you explored the back country of British Columbia, Canada.


This three day tour will give you an introduction into the beauty of British Columbia. It is an easy to moderate journey that will take you north from Squamish along the stunning Sea to Sky Highway and into the southern Chilcotin mountains. Spend the night at the luxurious Tyax Lodge before setting off for the spectacular views of Carpenter Lake. Descend from the mountains through the narrow rock gorges of the Fraser Canyon, forging your way to Harrison Hot Springs. Explore the magnificent mineral pools before returning back to Squamish along the Harrison lake trail. 

Daily breakdown

Day 1: Heading off from MVMA Headquarters, we ride 120kms of the scenic Sea to Sky Highway passing through the ski town of Whistler before reaching the town of  Pemberton. Here we set the bikes to “off-road mode” and leave the tarmac behind as we hit the dirt and head into the mountains arriving early afternoon at Tyax Lodge where you will be able to take advantage of the lodges free equipment including kayaks, paddle boards & fishing rods. A scenic float plane ride is also an option at an additional cost and dependant on availability. (you can book in advance)

Day 2: We set out along Carpenter Lake for some truly stunning morning views, before hitting the small town of Lillooet and heading into the mighty Fraser Canyon. We make a stop at Hells Gate where you will catch the air tram down to the Fraser river below. The day will end at the southern tip of Harrison Lake at Harrison Hot Springs Resort where you can relax in the hot pools and indulge in some of the many local restaurants.

Day 3: We ride gravel roads along Harrison lake stopping along the way to experience the incredible views before heading back to Pemberton, joining the Sea to Sky Highway back to MVMA headquarters.

Please note: all routes are subject to change depending on weather, fire danger and group skill level. All routes are public forest service roads and open trails and there are options for the more advanced to put their skills to the test along the way with easier options for the less experienced riders.

Riders must have previous off road riding experience and be in good health and physical condition.