All-terrain vehicles conquer all of Earth’s natural landscapes, rumbling through forests, across deserts, and over old swimming pools filled with discarded mannequin parts. Gain a foothold on new ground with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for an ATV tour for one person (a $169 value)
- $169 for an ATV tour for two people (a $315 value)
- $325 for an ATV tour for four people (a $599 value)
After a 20-minute safety briefing, guides lead a 40-minute ride to the Britannia Beach copper-mine ghost town. The staff supplies helmets and eye protection, and requires a damage deposit on a major credit card prior to each tour.
BC Power Sports
BC Power Sports mixes sightseeing with adrenalin to yield intimate views of hard-to-reach nature spots. Trained in first aid and approved by the Canadian Safety Council, their tour guides escort riders on ATV tours through an array of British Columbia’s verdant landscapes, from the ghosts of Stave Lake’s old cedar forest to Eagle Point, where roughly 2,000 bald eagles regularly swoop into Harrison River to adopt a pet salmon. The shop also outfits guideless adventures with vehicles chosen from their fleet of ATV rentals, which includes four-by-fours such as the 2011 Polaris Sportsman 400 HO or the two-seat 2011 Polaris Ranger. Each of the ATVs requires certification to ride, which visitors can obtain during the six-hour CSC safety course taught by a CSC qualified instructor. In addition to matching riders with four-wheeled friends, the staff also splashes through the path less taken during wakeboarding and wakesurfing tours.
100% of 10 customers recommend
“Great guide and a small group make a wonderful outing!”
“We had a blast. Our guide, Bill, made it a lot of fun!”
“Wonderful tour guide. He was courteous and very sweet. Loved atv! The machines were awesome. Highly recommend this tour and can't wait to go again. Thank you so...”
“Wonderful tour guide. He was courteous and very sweet. Loved atv! The machines were awesome. Highly recommend this tour and can't wait to go again. Thank you so much Bill”