Experience Tyax Adventures: Video Stories by Destination BC

Enjoy this interactive and immersive experience that highlights the magic of Tyax Adventures and the South Chilcotin Mountains.

Going Places: South Chilcotin

” After we arrived at our first camp, Seb said something that really stuck with me (and even 6 months later, I still think about it almost daily); he said, “all we have to do today is eat enough to bike all day”. In a world so fast paced, internet and data reliant, with a million things to get done everyday, you inevitably become disconnected with yourself, and nature. It was the perfect reminder to slow down, enjoy the company you’re with and your surroundings, and be super stoked that you are riding your bike in the wild on some unreal trails!”

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“Chilcotin Ark” – CBC

“The Great Bear Rainforest is known for being one of the most spectacular places in B.C., but near that region is an area that some people believe is even more special.

Dubbed the “Chilcotin Ark”, it’s a stretch of land that reaches from west of the Fraser River in the Cariboo to the Coast Mountains on B.C.’s Central Coast…” (read more)

Float Plane and Bikes – Bike

Screen Shot 2016-12-13 at 1.01.37 PM“Last September, Bike senior photographer Mattias Fredriksson set out with buddies Ross Measures, Anthony Bonello and Stephen Matthews on a three-day backcountry ride through British Columbia’s Southern Chilcotin Mountains Park, starting with an unconventional lift to the first trail on their 90-kilometer (55-mile) route.” … (read more)

7mesh Chilcotin Photo Essay

Screen Shot 2016-12-13 at 12.58.27 PMThe #Classic Cycling Routes project is usually about documenting a favourite ride, but if you’ve been lucky enough to visit the South Chilcotins then you know how hard it would be to pick just one. This year we partnered with Tyax Adventures and were invited on one of their hut to hut trips – how could we say no!… (full photo essay)

Along the Tyaughton River – SaddleUp Magazine 2016

wrangler Pic_ Jaqueline_Simpson (1)“Day three dawned clear, cold and breathtakingly beautiful. Our group headed to Lorna Pass and another group to Little Paradise…” (read more)