- Don’t be surprised to see wild horses in the valley by the river or a cowboy riding along the side of the road or on a trail that you are exploring.
- Horses and donkeys opened up this area and as a result there are endless trails to explore on horseback. Whether you are looking for day riding or venturing on a multi-day trip to the backcountry with packhorses, this is probably the best way to experience the Bridge River Valley and South Chilcotins. Bring your own horses or join one of our exceptional local outfitters to create your adventure. Contact Tyax Adventures and Chilcotin Holidays for trail rides and guide outfitting services.
- Valley trails outside the park are not to be overlooked, whether you are searching for a family activity for an hour or a day of riding, the valley trail network can provide both.
- Epic multi-day rides can be done venturing further into Big Creek Park and towards Taseko Lake. Float plane drops, horse transporter services and guides are also available to help get your group to explore further out into the wilderness.
- There are a lifetime of trails to explore around Gold Bridge, Bralorne and the Bridge River Valley. We recommend the South Chilcotin Mountain Guidebook and GPS Map for your adventure planning.