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History of Our 5 Historic Backcountry Camps/Cabins

Tyax Adventures’ Backcountry Camps have a rich history dating back to 1947 during which time hunters, miners, outdoor enthusiasts and hard working locals enjoyed, built and maintained these camps. In 2012, Tyax Adventures acquired these backcountry camps from Spruce Lake Wilderness Adventures, which was owned and operated by the Menhinick family. The Menhinick family is […]

Ladies Only Backcountry Mountain Bike Camps

LADIES ONLY IN THE SOUTH CHILCOTIN – BACKCOUNTRY MOUNTAIN BIKE CAMPs *NEW for 2017 – 3 different camps! Calling All Ladies… Are you sick of being left behind when your partner takes off with the ‘bros’ for a backcountry adventure?  Do you want to improve your skills and learn to navigate the backcountry with awesome […]

Visit Sky Camp: Un-Plug, Explore, Re-Charge

Imagine stepping out of the wood-fired sauna, plunging into the cool clear lake and then sitting on the patio sipping a drink as the sun falls behind towering peaks with glaciers hanging off their flanks. After a day of adventure – be it biking, hiking, canoeing, SUP’ing, fishing – enjoy some time in the wood-fired, […]

Chilcotin Grizzly Conservation Fund

Tyax Adventures is pleased to announce the creation of the Chilcotin Grizzly Conservation Fund. This fund will be used to support the local Grizzly bear population in the South Chilcotin Mountains, and to promote increased Grizzly awareness within the region. The bears in the upper Bridge River Valley (Tyax Adventures’ area of operation) are part […]

End of Season Challenge!

Well our season has officially wrapped up for the year! Dale has a message and challenge for everyone… “In my near 30 years of flying over this great province of our I have never experienced a summer full of this many calm sunny days. I was lucky enough to crisscross the coast mountains with my jaw […]

Fall Trail Work – High Trail Mud Holes

Words & Photos by Geoff Playfair. On the way out of Camel Pass, the flow of alpine single track that the High Trail provides is marred by a few large mud holes. This past week, Tyax Adventures, in cooperation with BC Parks, provided a reroute around the upper two holes (one in the photo above). […]

Tyax Fall Special

Go ahead stay another day!  Book your fall adventure for 2 nights and stay an extra night at Tyax Wilderness Resort & Spa for free.  Valid on new bookings September 2nd through October 8th. A perfect excuse to spend a couple days up here and explore the area, there’s lots to do.  Day 1 – […]

Guides’ Day Off

What do two Tyax Adventures guides do on their days off?  Why more adventures of course. Here’s a little article written by guide Adrian Bostock about a recent mountain bike trip in our backyard, some good thoughts on Adventure.  What’s not noted is that we started this adventure at the beautiful Sky Camp, and what […]

Road Closures due to Subaru Ironman – July 27th

Just a quick update for anyone planning to travel over the weekend, especially Sunday July 27th.  There will be some major closures on the Highway between the Callaghan Valley and Pemberton due to the Subaru Ironman Triathlon.  This will of course affect anyone planning on driving the Sea to Sky Highway to gain access to […]

Trail Maintenance Update – July 2014. By Geoff Playfair.

Tyax Adventures takes a portion of revenue and reinvests it in the trails we use. June was a busy month for trail work in the Park. In partnership with BC Parks, a number of projects were identified and worked on. In mid-June, a work crew addressed the lower section of the Deer Pass trail, as […]