Pemberton is blessed with a great array of ways to get out and enjoy the surrounding area.
Below are some of our recommendations. The list is by no means exhaustive but its a great start.
The locals of Pemberton have a biking problem. They generally cant get enough. For the experienced mountain biker the options are endless and in recent years many new moderate trails have been built. Stop by the Pemberton Bike Co to pick up the Pemberton Valley Trail Association map to get your bearings and plan your day. With typically early snow melts in the valley many trails in the network are rideable starting in march and the season runs well into October.
Horse Back Riding:
The views and terrain around Pemberton are perfectly suited to experience by horseback. There are a multitude of tours supported by a couple of tour operators. Ranging from 2 hours to 3 days you can pick your adventure, pick up your horse and guide and head for the hills. Copper Cayuse Outfitters is located 25 minutes from the B&B and can provide you with a truly memorable day.
Pemberton is blessed with pristine rivers and lakes that provide year round opportunities for fishing. The Birkenhead river is within walking distance of the farm and there are many more lakes within short driving distance that can provide great catch. We highly recommend reaching out to Pemberton Fish Finders for the best local knowledge and access to secret spots.
Pemberton sits within the famed Coast Mountain range, blessed with endless terrain and bountiful stable snow pack. You could spend many lifetimes skiing in the mountains around Pemberton and barely scratch the surface. Sweetwater Lane Farm is 15 mins from the bottom of Duffey Lake rd which has many great day long ski touring routes along with some overnight cabins. Pick up the John Baldwin’s Duffey Lake map for detailed directions. We also highly recommend you hire a local ACMG guide to show you around and keep you safe. Suggested guide services include Coast Mountain Guides & Altus Mountain Guides
Pemberton is home to 2 idyllic golf courses, both nestled under the imposing face of Mount Currie. Big Sky Golf Club is Pemberton’s and British Columbia’s premiere public golf course. Ranked by Golf Digest for 2015/2016 as one of the top 30 Public Golf Courses in Canada. you have to experience golf at Big Sky for yourself to truly understand how special it is. The Meadows at Pemberton offers a laid back yet impressive 18 hole golf experience with amazing views. Both courses also have great casual dining restaurants in the clubhouse.