Working to Maintain Environmentally Friendly Trails for All Users

Bighorn Heritage ATV Society

B.H.A.S. works on access management with ALBERTA SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT in order to retain the access level that many ATV enthusiasts currently enjoy in the Bighorn backcountry. As a responsible ATV user it is extremely important to implement proper trail etiquette in order to maintain backcountry access not only for the present day but for the future as well. This etiquette includes staying on the existing trails, keeping away from soft ground (swamps, marshes, mud holes), and using existing bridges or crossing at right angles to waterway embankments.

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Stewardship Days

This years Stewardship Days is taking place July 1st to July 3rd. We'll be meeting at the hummi..

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Backcountry Trail Flood Rehabilitation

Be certain to check out the Backcountry Trail Flood Rehabilitation (http://esrd.alberta.ca/focus..

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