As soon as the lake is safely frozen, begin at any of the southside lake boat launches or at the Montney Park on the north end of the lake. There are some trails around the lake and an A-frame chalet at Montney Park that is owned and maintained by the club.
This well-travelled trail is a local favourite. With its panoramic views of the Peace River, this trail offers 20-35 kms (one way) of amazing landscapes. Note: one wooden gate must be opened on the trail; be sure to close it behind you. Directions: Highway 97 south to Taylor, cross the bridge, third left (large dirt road) and follow for several kms to a large gravel pit on left. Park and continue on quads.
Access for this trail is at the rest area on the Alaska Highway. It is a great family-level trail.
This trail is a two hour drive north of Fort St. John; watch for the signs just past the Buckinghorse Service Station on the Alaska Highway. It is very scenic and there are private cabins along the way that may be rented. As well, the club has an open cabin near Redfern Lake. This trail is for experienced riders only and outdoor survival skills are highly recommended.
With a 50 km direct route from the Gagne Road Trailhead, this area of play has over 300 kms of accessible maintained trails. Recent government funding has allowed the Moose ATV Club and the Northland Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club to invest over $230,000 into this area, making it a truly spectacular day trip near Fort St. John.Directions: follow Highway 97 south across the Taylor Bridge, up the hill past the break check area, and continue past to the 230 Road. Turn right and drive 10 kms to the top of the hill. Look for the trail kiosk on your left, this is the unloading area. Please keep in mind that this trail does cross active logging and oil patch roads, and while trail markers do warn those users of the trail, they have the right of way, so please cross safely.