Thanks to a grant from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation in 2018 the PVTA was able to purchase a storage container to house our tools and equipment all in one place. Currently tools are spread throughout the garages of our members but now that we have a permanent home for them we can collect them all and purchase some shiny new ones. And best of all everything is now in a convenient spot for our trail builders and volunteers to access! Thank you Whistler Blackcomb Foundation!Read More
Thank you to the Nimby organizers for their generous donation of $3k to the PVTA. The money is already hard at work on Overnight Sensation as well as other trails needing some love after this season’s slew of events.Read More
The 2019 annual PVTA/ PORCA trail day had a great turnout this year with over 70 volunteers showing up to work on the trail network. After a tasty breakfast, volunteers divided up in to groups and spread out across the trails trimming, raking, buffing, and grooming.
A special thank you again to the Pemberton Valley Supermarket and Pemberton Valley Coffee for fuelling our volunteers with a tasty pancake and coffee breakfast. Thank you also to Sabre for the grill, to Bike Co for the parking lot space, and to Town Square for the coupons on post-trailwork nachos and beer.Read More
We would like to introduce two new directors to the PVTA Board: Anouschka Riverin and Luke de Jager.
Welcome, Anouschka and Luke!Read More
Whistler Welding’s $2000 donation, shared between PORCA and the PVTA, will go along ways to supporting our trail network in the Pemberton Valley. It’s great to have support from local business’ and any money donated will go directly into trail maintenance, building and education in Pemberton.
Blackcomb Helicopter is looking to expand their summer heli-biking operations in the Pemberton Area. There is a public comment period open until July 26, 2018.Read More