Robson Valley Tourism

Robson Valley Tourism (RVT) is a working committee of the McBride & District Chamber of Commerce with representation from all sectors of the Valley.  The intent is to bring together representatives from all sectors in the Robson Valley to cooperatively coordinate promotion and infrastructure and to minimize conflict and competition for the benefit of all. To tap into the expertise and intellectual resources of the various groups in the valley including (but not limited to) recreation organizations, tourism service providers, retail sector, Regional  District, Ministry of Forests, Community Forest, and Village Council.

PURPOSE of Robson Valley Tourism

  • to be a core group of interested tourism stakeholders
  • to be the point of contact for tourism/visitor related inquiries and information
  • to have longevity
  • to be a coordinating group to minimize conflict among user groups
  • to assist with grant applications
  • to liaise with others
  • to provide advisory capacity and expertise

OBJECTIVES to enhance services and amenities for residents and visitors by providing a unique and positive experience:

  • through consistent, high quality service
  • ensuring that amenities are accessible and maintained
  • promoting the Robson Valley

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Air Canada's enRoute Magazine recently featured the Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park!
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Air Canada's enRoute Magazine recently featured the Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park! enroute.aircanada.com/en/articles/best-travel-destinations-2017/page:6

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Robson Valley Tourism shared Falling Star Ranch Academy of Foundational Horsemanship's post.

We aren't the only ones who enjoy playing in the snow. Check out this video That Falling Star Ranch posted of the horses enjoying another beautiful winter day in the Robson Valley
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This video is from last winter, but if my cell phone battery hadn’t died, I would have been able to take a similar video. I was catching up on some chores while the herd was running around and playing in the big pasture. I love nothing more than watching horses enjoy their freedom. So many horses nowadays never get the chance to truly be a horse and live as a member of a herd. Enjoy! Robson Valley Region Robson Valley Tourism Love Northern BC Love Valemount www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dHILJn3ILs

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BobbiJo Bedell WhelptonWhere is this?

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Robson Valley Tourism shared McBride and District Chamber of Commerce's photo.

Loggers Bonspiel 2017
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Loggers Bonspiel 2017 Its that time again and we invite you to put together a team (or two) from your business or just a bunch of good friends, for the 2017 McBride Loggers Community Bonspiel March 31, April 1 and 2. This will be a great weekend to wind up the curling season in McBride. (and the crazy cold long winter) We promise you a fun spiel, dinner and dance. The theme for 2017 is the letter "B" - so anything "B" goes. Please start making plans to enter a team, sponsor a team or donate a prize. More info to follow soon. So dig out them Bowler hats, bobby socks, boxing gloves or whatever B things you can think of. Sure to be a great time.

1 month ago

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Sheilagh FosterI think that's Len McCarty walking toward the camera:-)

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Sheilagh Foster

Len McCartyDoes anyone have pictures of the old curling rink that sat where the Community Hall is now? We have interior pictures, but none of the building.

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Photo credit
Matthew Wheeler
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2 months ago

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Black Ice from Junction with Highway 5, in Tete Jaune Cache to British Columbia and
Alberta Border (79.4 km).

Travel Advisory in effect.

Travellers are advised to please exercise caution when travelling.
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2 months ago

Robson Valley Tourism shared Funny ~ Good Morning ~ Images ~ Quotes's photo.

Burrrrr. Another chilly day in the beautiful Robson Valley
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Snowmobiling conditions:

Dec 8th 2016
Conditions on the mountains (as much as I can find out)
Since last weekends snow storm, we haven't had any new snow with this cold snap.
All trails have been groomed. Lucille and Bell are in awesome shape, very little riders since last week.
Renshaw has been groomed and from km 1 thru 21 the trail is good
from km 21 to 27 it is not bad
But the last 3 km to the cabin its rough. Rod said he couldn't do a lot of levelling with the snow cat, so its still rough.
This week there has been very little riders come out this way. Probably due to the cold. Its still quite chilly, mid to high -20's during the night but warms up to a balmy -15 during the day. They are calling for warmer temperatures and more snow in the next few days.
Avalanche rating is at Moderate
Ride safe everyone.
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2 months ago

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Beautiful day in The Robson Valley
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Russell SpillIt has been 20 years since the last time I was in McBride. Hopefully if plans work out, I will return for a visit next summer.

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Babu Shyam NarayanReminds me good old winter days in Mc Bride.. with my old friends🙂

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Gisella BernardoHome sweet home!!!

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Dennis RejmanIt is beautiful on a cold sunny day stunning

2 months ago
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Fraser River
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Kids of all ages, come watch Santa as he makes his way down Main Street at 5:30pm then head to the Elks Hall as Santa visits with each child! A photographer elf will be onsite to take pictures.

The Junior Boys Basketball team will have delicious chili and a bun for $5 as a fundraiser, while you wait and visit. Ready at 5:30pm!

Free hot chocolate!

After visiting Santa, then head down town and visit our participating businesses and do some late night shopping.
Have a great time.
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Don't forget this weekend, November 19, is our local Christmas craft sale. See paper for details ... See MoreSee Less

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You sometimes forget what beauty there is right in your neighbourhood. Today we were reminded.
Horseshoe Lake
McBride, BC
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