Blue Mountain, Maple Ridge

Blue Mountain in Maple Ridge is to off-road motorcycling what the North Shore of Vancouver is to mountain biking. Miles of tight challenging trails built in the coastal rain forest just a few minutes east of Vancouver provide a haven for the experienced off roader, especially convenient for many who live & work in the Big City, and want to ride close to home. 

The Blue Mountain trail network is stewarded by the Blue Mountain Motorcycle Club (BMMC), a non-profit society founded in 2003. The BMMC is working hard on Blue Mountain to establish a permanent staging area for off road motorcyclists, and to expand our trail network to include more novice friendly trails.  We strive to work with Government  Blue Mountain Motorcycle Club promotes the safe, responsible, sustainable use of off-road motorcycles at one of the best to ride in the world: Blue Mountain (also known as McNutt). We work closely with local and provincial government agencies and and other interested stake holders to responsibly manage this awesome trail resource, in order to help you have a place to ride in the Lower Mainland region of BC today and into the future. 

Advanced /Expert level trail riders call this area Heaven. Excellent practice area for Masters/Pro & Expert riders, also trials bikes due to the overall high difficulty of the trails. Rated "as-hard or harder" than the Romaniacs Hard Enduro terrain by Tony G. from New Zealand, after a day of riding & punishment.

Our trail network includes over 100 kms of trails for the dirt bike enthusiast, geared towards the more fit & experienced rider/enduro racer, with many obstacles such as rock steps, roots/rocks, steep climbs and downhills can make for an extreme riding experience, and is guaranteed to test your riding skills and endurance.


Directions from Vancouver: head east on Highway 7, turn north (left) onto 240th St, turn east (right) on Dewdney Trunk Road, then north (left) onto 256th St. Parking is at the end of 256th St, along the side of the road (do not block the gate!). DO NOT RIDE UP AND DOWN 256th St AFTER YOU PARK, HEAD DIRECTLY NORTH PAST THE GATE AT A QUIET PACE. Sandman trail entrance is on the right, approx. 1 km north of the gate. 

Directions from the USA: There are two way to get to Blue Mountain: 1. from I-5, 2. from Lynden/Sumas, depending where you are coming from.

1. From I-5: From Bellingham, take the I-5 north, cross at the Pacific Hwy / Hwy 15 border crossing (note: will need your passport!), turn right on 96th Ave which will lead you north over the Golden Ears Bridge. Head east on Hwy 7,  follow directions above from Vancouver.

2. From Sumas Border crossing: head north on Hwy 11 (Canadian side), turn left on Hwy 7 (in Mission), heading west towards Vancouver: turn left at the 240th St crossing (approx 20 km from Mission). See directions above to riding area parking.

To contribute updates to the BCORMA Ride Guide, or on current conditions please contact BCORMA.

The BMMC greatly appreciates every single volunteer effort to help keep trails clear. Always carry a handsaw, cut out face-slappers well back from the trail, cut out or throw off small trees that blow down.

Buy your BCORMA Trail Supporter from BMMC or on-line at the BCORMA Store, and click "Blue Mountain" as your preferred riding area when buying your BCORMA Trail Supporter at to support the trails here.