The Indigenous Youth Mountain Bike Program has worked with dozens of First Nations around the province on a broad range of trails and recreation initiatives.

Extensive Trail Networks

Suitable for walking, hiking, trail running and cycling

Bike & Skills Parks and Trail Networks

Bike & Skills Parks

where youth can develop and test their skills and courage. Pump tracks, wooden skills features, jump tracks.

Pedestrian and cycling bridges for trail networks

Pedestrian and Cycling Bridges

Enhance visitor experiences and provide access for people with diverse mobility challenges and needs

Viewing platforms and decks

Viewing Platforms and decks

connecting people to the land and nature

Pedestrian and CycliCommuter Trail networks

Pedestrian and CycliCommuter Trails & Active Transportation

This is a question we get all the time. For so many First Nation communities, often the only place to recreate, exercise and play, is a busy road that runs through the community. We have worked with numerous communities to design and build multi-purpose trails that connect community members to their schools, health centres, administrative offices and much more, providing safe places to hike, walk, dog-walk and cycle.

Check out our most recent commuter trail built by pro builder James Doerfling with the Canim Lake First Nation

Indigenous Art & Trails

Indigenous Art & Trails

One of our favourite things in the whole world is learning how the trails we’ve built with First Nations are being used in ways we never expected. Many communities have begun to incorporate art in to their trails as a means of storytelling and to highlight the spiritual connections between people and the land.

Check out the art trails of the Syéxw Chó:leqw (Rockslide in the Forest) Adventure Park, an art and trails park we built in partnership with First Journey Trails and the Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation

People loved hearing about the history of the AYMBP, and your progress in so many different communities. It was informative & inspiring!
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Patrick Lucas

Executive Director & Founder

Thomas Schoen

Director of Trails & Park Development & Co-Founder

We have successfully assisted dozens of First Nations throughout British Columbia, including:

  • Ucluelet First Nation – Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government
  • Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k:tles7et’h’ First Nation
  • Canim Lake First Nation
  • ?Esdilagh First Nation
  • Big Bar/Canoe Creek First Nation
  • Lhtako First Nation
  • Village of Gingolx, Nisga’a Nation
  • Skawahlook First Nation
  • Boston Bar First Nation
  • Penticton Indian Band
  • Simpcw First Nation
  • Xat’sull First Nation
  • Yale First Nation
  • Boothroyd Indian Band
  • Huu-ay-aht First Nation
  • Iskut First Nation
  • Heiltsuk First Nation
  • Lil’wat First Nation
  • Xeni Gwit’en First Nation
  • Musgamagw Dzawa’daenuxw First Nations 
  • Ulkatcho First Nation
  • Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation
  • Stellat’en First Nation
  • Nadleh Whut’en First Nation
  • Yunesit’in First Nation
  • Taku River Tlingit First Nation
  • Lake Babine First Nation
  • Gitlaxt’aamiks, Nisga’a Nation
  • Penelakut First Nation
  • Kitasoo/Xai Xais First Nation
  • Williams Lake First Nation
  • Tahltan First Nation
  • Esketemc First Nation
  • West Bank First Nation
  • Shacken First Nation
  • Nuxalk First Nation
  • We Wai Kai First Nation
  • Tsi Del Del First Nation