B.C. Reg. 196/99
O.C. 732/99
Deposited June 28, 1999

Wildlife Act

Motor Vehicle Prohibition Regulation

Note: Check the Cumulative Regulation Bulletin 2014
for any non-consolidated amendments to this regulation that may be in effect.

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 223/2013, November 5, 2013]

Point in Time

Contents
1Definitions
2Motor vehicle closed areas
3Motor vehicle hunting closed areas
4Atv and snowmobile closed areas
5Atv and snowmobile hunting closed areas
6Snowmobile hunting closed areas
7Atv hunting closed areas
7.1Snowmobile closed areas
8Exemptions
Schedule 1
Schedule 2
Schedule 3
Schedule 4
Schedule 5
Schedule 6
Schedule 7
Maps

Definitions

1  In this regulation:

"Act" means the Wildlife Act;

"all terrain vehicle" or "atv" means a wheeled or tracked vehicle propelled by motorized power, and capable of travel on or off a highway, including a motorcycle but not including

(a) a snowmobile, or

(b) a motor vehicle that is licensed for highway travel under the Motor Vehicle Act;

"existing road or trail" means

(a) a road or trail with a paved surface,

(b) a cross-country or downhill ski route marked in a ski area by the owner of the ski area,

(c) a road used for logging or mining,

(d) a road or trail used for access to fences, power lines, wind generators or communication towers, or

(e) a trail on which there is no vegetation except on a strip that, if present, can be straddled by a 4-wheel vehicle;

"highway" has the same meaning as in the Motor Vehicle Act;

"hunting" has the same meaning as "hunt" in the Act, and includes

(a) transporting a hunter,

(b) transporting game, or

(c) transporting equipment, firearms or supplies which are intended for, or in support of, hunting;

"management unit" or "M.U." means an area designated as a management unit by B.C. Reg. 64/96, the Management Unit Regulation;

"motor vehicle" means a device in, on or by which a person or thing is being or may be transported or drawn, and which is designed to be self propelled, and includes an atv or snowmobile, but does not include

(a) a device designed to be moved by human, animal or wind power,

(b) a device designed to be used exclusively on stationary rails or stationary tracks, or

(c) a boat propelled by motorized power;

"motorcycle" has the same meaning as in the Motor Vehicle Act;

"snowmobile" means a vehicle designed primarily for travel on snow or ice, having one or more steering skis, self propelled and using one or more endless belts or tracks driven in contact with the ground.

[am. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 1.]

Motor vehicle closed areas

2  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates a motor vehicle in an area described in Schedule 1 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Motor vehicle hunting closed areas

3  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates a motor vehicle for the purpose of hunting in an area described in Schedule 2 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Atv and snowmobile closed areas

4  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates an atv or snowmobile in an area described in Schedule 3 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Atv and snowmobile hunting closed areas

5  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates an atv or snowmobile for the purpose of hunting in an area described in Schedule 4 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Snowmobile hunting closed areas

6  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates a snowmobile for the purpose of hunting in an area described in Schedule 5 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Atv hunting closed areas

7  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates an atv for the purpose of hunting in an area described in Schedule 6 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

Snowmobile closed areas

7.1  A person commits an offence if he or she uses or operates a snowmobile in an area described in Schedule 7 during the period specified in that schedule for each area.

[en. B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 1.]

Exemptions

8  (1) Sections 3, 5, 6, and 7, with respect to trapping furbearing animals only, do not apply to a person who is authorized to trap under the Act.

(2) Section 4 does not apply to a person who uses or operates an atv or snowmobile for a commercial purpose, other than hunting, in an area described in item 3 of Schedule 3.

(3) Section 4 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile in an area described in item 3 of Schedule 3 during the period December 1 to May 1 inclusive.

(3.1) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle in the area described in Item 1 (Premier Ridge) of Schedule 1 on the roads highlighted in green on Map No. 1-1 during the period from May 1 to November 30 inclusive.

(4) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile, for a purpose other than hunting,

(a) in an area described in items 37, 38, 42, 75 and 86 of Schedule 1,

(b) in an area described in item 22 of Schedule 1 during the period December 1 to March 31 inclusive, and

(c) in an area described in item 41 of Schedule 1 during the period November 1 to April 30 inclusive.

(5) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile

(a) in an area described in item 43 of Schedule 1 during the period November 1 to May 31 inclusive,

(b) in an area described in items 21 and 44 of Schedule 1 during the period December 1 to April 30 inclusive,

(c) in an area described in item 46 of Schedule 1 during the period December 1 to May 31 inclusive,

(d) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 2.]

(e) in an area described in item 66, 71, 80, 83, 84 or 85 of Schedule 1, or

(f) in an area described in item 69 (Middlepass Creek) of Schedule 1.

(6) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle, except a snowmobile, for a commercial purpose other than hunting in an area described in item 44 or 86 of Schedule 1.

(7) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle for industrial forestry purposes in an area described in item 45 of Schedule 1.

(7.1) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle for a commercial purpose other than hunting in the area described in item 9 of Schedule 1, and outside of the Junction Sheep Range Provincial Park.

(7.2) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle for a commercial purpose in the area described in item 71 (Finlay) of Schedule 1, provided the motor vehicle stays on existing mining and logging roads.

(7.3) Section 2, with respect to trapping furbearing animals only, does not apply to a person who is authorized to trap under the Act in the areas described in items 71 (Finlay), 72 (Upper Flathead), 73 (East Flathead) and 75 (Baribeau Creek) of Schedule 1.

(7.4) Section 2 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle on the industrial road locally known as the Omineca Mining Road from Akier Lake in the south (56° 26' 00" N, 125° 45' 00" W) to the south shore of the Toodoggone River in the north via Lawyers Pass (57° 22' 49" N, 127° 15' 03" W) where that road passes above 1 450 m in elevation in the area described in item 71 (Finlay) of Schedule 1.

(8) Section 5 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile in an area described in item 2 of Schedule 4 during the period December 1 to May 1 inclusive.

(9) Section 7.1 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile for a commercial purpose other than hunting or commercial back country recreation in the area described in items 2 (Monashee/Selkirk), 4 (Sale Mountain), 5 (Keystone/Standard Peak), 6 (Caribou Basin), 7 (South Selkirk), 9 (Hart Ranges), 10 (Upper Fraser/Quesnel Highlands), 11 (Wells Gray/Thompson), 12 (Revelstoke/Shuswap), 13 (Central Kootenay) and 14 (Southeast Kootenay) of Schedule 7.

(9.1) Section 7.1 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile for a commercial purpose in the areas described in items 1 (Valemount) and 8 (Groundhog) of Schedule 7.

(10) Section 6 does not apply to a person who uses or operates a snowmobile in the areas described in item 3 of Schedule 5 during the period December 16 to March 31 for the purpose of transporting hunters, game, equipment, firearms or supplies to or from a place where there is wildlife.

[am. B.C. Regs. 218/2000, s. 2; 171/2001, s. 1; 266/2003, s. 1; 477/2004, s. 1; 224/2005, s. 1; 154/2006, s. 1; 169/2007, s. 1; 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (a); 425/2008, s. (a); 143/2009, App. 2, s. 1; 313/2009; 175/2010, App. 3, s. 1; 80/2012, App. 6, s. 2; 293/2012, App. 3, s. 1.]

Schedule 1

Motor Vehicle Closed Areas

(Section 2)

Premier Ridge

1  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-21 (except any private properties and access to private properties contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the southeast corner of D.L. 8103, K.D.; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundary of D.L. 8103, K.D. to the southeast corner of D.L. 10344; thence northerly along the eastern boundaries of D.L.s 10344 and 10345, K.D., to the southerly boundary of D.L. 10343, K.D.; thence easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern boundary of D.L. 10343 to its intersection with the southern boundary of D.L. 338; thence easterly, northerly and westerly along the southern, eastern and northern boundary of D.L. 338, K.D. to the southeast corner of D.L. 265, K.D.; thence northerly along the eastern boundary and its projection of D.L. 265, K.D. to the intersection of the south bank of the Lussier River; thence in a generally northeasterly direction along said south bank of the Lussier River to its intersection with the northern boundary of D.L 336, K.D.; thence easterly along the northern boundary and its projection of D.L. 336, K.D. to its intersection with the western edge of the Wasa Sheep Creek Road #44; thence southerly and easterly along the western and southern edges of the Wasa Sheep Creek Road #44 and the Premier Lake Park Road #151 to the intersection of the western boundary of Premier Lake Park; thence in a generally southerly, and easterly direction along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said park to the most southwesterly corner of Premier Lake Park; thence easterly along the southerly boundary of said park to the most southeasterly corner of Premier Lake Park; thence due South to the natural boundary of Rockbluff Lake on the western shore thereof; thence southerly along the westerly shore of Rockbluff Lake to the most southwesterly point thereof; thence due South to the natural boundary of Wolf Creek on the western bank thereof; thence southerly along the western bank of Wolf Creek to its intersection with the northern edge of the Wolf Creek Road #41; thence in a southwesterly direction along the northern edge of the Wolf Creek Road #41 to its intersection with the most easterly boundary of D.L. 7003, K.D.; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of D.L. 7003, K.D. to the point of commencement.

[am. B.C. Regs. 266/2003, s. 2 (a); 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (b).]

Repealed

2  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 3 (a).]

Spruce Lake Closed Area

3  Effective during the period June 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 3-32 (except the Slim Creek Forest Road and the Roxey Creek Mining Road indicated in green and designated as open year round on the attached Map No. 1-3) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the midlines of Gun Creek and Roxey Creek; thence in a general southwesterly direction along the midline of Roxey Creek, and a prolongation thereof, to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Slim Creek; thence in a general westerly and northerly direction, along the southerly and westerly boundaries of the watershed of Slim Creek, to the point of intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed of Gun Creek in the vicinity of Taylor Pass; thence in a general northeasterly direction along the westerly boundaries of the watersheds of Gun Creek and Tyaughton Creek to Elbow Pass; thence in a general easterly direction along the northerly boundary of the watershed of Tyaughton Creek to the point of intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed of Relay Creek; thence in a general northerly and easterly direction along the westerly and northerly boundaries of the watershed of Relay Creek to a point due North of Cardtable Mountain; thence southerly in a straight line to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Relay Creek on the south shore thereof; thence in a general southerly and southwesterly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Relay Creek to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary of the watershed of Tyaughton Creek; thence in a general easterly direction, along the northerly boundary of the watershed of Tyaughton Creek, to the point of intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed of an unnamed stream which flows southerly into Tyaughton Creek near Bonanza Creek; thence in a general southerly direction along the westerly boundary of the watershed of the said stream and a prolongation thereof to the point of intersection with the midlines of Tyaughton Creek and Bonanza Creek; thence in a general southwesterly and southerly direction along the midline of Bonanza Creek and a prolongation thereof to the point of intersection with the northerly boundary of the watershed of Eldorado Creek; thence in a general easterly, southerly and southwesterly direction along the northerly, easterly and southerly boundaries of the watershed of Eldorado Creek to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary of the watershed of Gun Creek; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Mutton Creek

4  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the watershed of Mutton Creek upstream from the westerly boundary of Whiteswan Lake Park.

McDougall Creek

5  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-1 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of the Sage Creek Forest access road and the northern boundary of Lot 7335, Kootenay Land District, and proceeding in an easterly direction along the access road to the western boundary of Lot 7277; thence proceeding northeast in a straight line for 50 m; thence proceeding due South to Sage Creek; thence southwesterly along Sage Creek to the access road which joins with the Sage Creek Forest road; thence proceeding easterly then northerly along that access road to the point of commencement.

North Galbraith Creek

6  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of North Galbraith Creek and that portion of the watershed of Galbraith Creek south and east of the confluence of North Galbraith Creek and Galbraith Creek and northerly of an unnamed intermittent creek which flows westerly into Galbraith Creek from Goat Haven Peak approximately 2 miles upstream of Tanglefoot Creek.

Pickering Hills

7  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-22 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-7 (except the area described as Lot 3, Plan 12040, District Lot 325, Kootenay Land District and except those roads shown highlighted in a dashed green line and designated open between June 1 and August 31 and those roads highlighted in a solid green line and designated open year round).

Lac du Bois — Dewdrop

8  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 3-28 and 3-29 situated in Kamloops Division of Yale District (except the roads in that area that are shown highlighted in green on the attached Map No. 1-8) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northwest corner of Section 31, Township 20, Range 19, W6M; thence due South to the natural boundary of Kamloops Lake on the northerly shore thereof; thence easterly along said natural boundary to the southwest corner of Hudson Bay Co. Lot A, Group 2, Lytton Division of Yale District; thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly boundaries of said Hudson Bay Co. Lot A to the most westerly west boundary of Lot 250, Kamloops Division of Yale District; thence northerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Lot 250 to the northwest corner of Fractional Legal Subdivision 11 of Section 21, Township 20, Range 18, W6M; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Fractional Legal Subdivision 11 to the northerly boundary of aforesaid Lot 250; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Lot 250 to the southerly boundary of the Fractional Northeast quarter of aforesaid Section 21; thence easterly along said southerly boundary of the Fractional Northeast quarter of Section 21 and continuing easterly along the southerly boundary of the north half of Section 22, Township 20, Range 18, W6M, to the westerly boundary of Section 23, Township 20, Range 18, W6M; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Section 23 to the easterly limit of Singh Street, as said street is dedicated on Plan 1105; thence due North to the southerly boundary of the east half of the northeast quarter of said Section 23; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly boundaries of said east half of the northeast quarter of Section 23 to the southerly boundary of the southeast quarter of Section 26, Township 20, Range 18, W6M; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly boundaries of said southeast quarter of Section 26 to the northerly limit of a road, locally known by the names "Batchelor Road" and "Lac du Bois Road"; thence in a general westerly and northerly direction along the northerly and easterly limit of said road which passes to the east of Batchelor Lake and Lac du Bois Lake, west of McQueen Lake and south of Pass Lake to the westerly boundary of Section 32, Township 21, Range 18, W6M; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of said Section 32 to the southwest corner of the southwest quarter thereof; thence due West to a point due North of the southeast corner of the northwest quarter of Section 19, Township 21, Range 18, W6M; thence due South to said corner; thence due West to the westerly boundary of said Section 19; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of Section 19, Township 21, Range 18, W6M and continuing southerly along the easterly boundary of Section 13, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the southerly boundary of the north half of said Section 13; thence westerly along the southerly boundaries of the north halves of Sections 13 and 14, Township 21, Range 19 W6M, to the easterly limit of a road which lies west of Tranquille River and runs at this point in a southeasterly direction, more or less parallel to said river; thence in a general southeasterly direction along the easterly limit of said road to the second intersection with the westerly boundary of the southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 21, Range 19, W6M; thence southerly along the westerly boundaries of Sections 12 and 1, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the southwest corner of said Section 1; thence westerly along the southerly boundaries of Sections 2 and 3, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the southeast corner of the west half of the southwest quarter of said Section 3; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said west half of the southwest quarter of Section 3 and the north half of Section 4, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the northeast corner of Section 5, Township 21, Range 29, W6M; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of said Section 5 to the southwest corner of the east half of the southwest quarter of Section 8, Township 21, Range 19, W6M; thence due North to the southerly boundary of the north half of the south half of said Section 8; thence westerly along the southerly boundaries of the north halves of the south halves of Sections 8 and 7, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the westerly boundary of said Section 7; thence southerly along the westerly boundaries of Sections 7 and 6, Township 21, Range 19, W6M, to the northwest corner of Section 31, Township 20, Range 19, W6M, being the point of commencement.

[am. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (a).]

Junction

9  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-14 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-9/04 (except those roads shown in green and designated open between April 1 and November 30).

[en. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (a).]

Osoyoos Oxbows

10  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 8-1 within the Osoyoos Oxbows Fish and Wildlife Management Reserve (No. 3401163) and the Ministry of Forests Grazing Reserve (No. 3401162) outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-10 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map).

Dutch Creek — Findlay

11  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-26 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-11/01 (except those roads indicated as solid green lines and designated as open year round, including the unnamed spur road which leads to Hazard Beacon Site #2, and except those roads indicated as dashed green lines and designated as open from May 1 to November 30).

[am. B.C. Regs. 218/2000, s. 3 (b); 171/2001, s. 2.]

Sheep Mountain

12  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-22 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-12 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map).

China Head Mountain

13  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-32 (except Yalakom-Big Bar Road shown coloured in green on the attached Map No. 1-13) commencing at a point on the midline of Pony Valley Creek at 1 920 m elevation; thence in a general easterly, southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly direction at 1 920 m elevation to the point of commencement and including all intervening territory.

Nine Mile Ridge

14  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-32 commencing at a point on the midline of Roderick Creek at 1 920 m elevation; thence in a general easterly, southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly direction at 1 920 m elevation to the point of commencement.

Red Mountain — French Mountain

15  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 3-32 and 5-03 commencing at a point due South of the apex of Red Mountain at 1 920 m elevation; thence in a general westerly, northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly direction at 1 920 m elevation to the point of commencement.

Hogback Mountain

16  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-32 commencing at a point due North of the apex of Hogback Mountain at 1 920 m elevation; thence in a general easterly, southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly direction at 1 920 m elevation to the point of commencement.

Chauncey — Todhunter

17  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-23 outlined in red on the attached Map No.1-17 (except those roads shown as solid green lines which are designated as open year round and those roads shown as dashed green lines which are designated open from June 16 to August 31) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the eastern boundary of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway with the natural boundary of Kilmarnock Creek, on the southern bank thereof; thence in a general easterly direction to and along the southern boundary of the watershed of Kilmarnock Creek to the point of intersection with the B.C./Alberta boundary; thence southerly along the B.C./Alberta boundary to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of the watershed of Ewin Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along said southern boundary to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the watershed of Line Creek; thence in a general southerly direction along said western boundary, and in a general westerly direction along the northern boundary of the watershed of Line Creek to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of the watershed of Grace Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along said southern boundary to the summit of Mount Lyne; thence in a general northwesterly direction along the southwestern boundary of the watershed of Grace Creek to the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northerly along said right of way boundary to the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of the right of way of Fording River Forest Service Road; thence northerly along said right of way boundary to the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway, within Lot 6687; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway to the point of commencement.

Powerplant

18  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-22 (excluding those private properties indicated in yellow, and excepting those roads shown as solid green lines and designated as open year round, and those roads shown as dashed green lines and designated as open from May 1 to November 30, on the attached Map No.1-18) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of the north bank of the Bull River with the east side of the Bull River-Ft. Steele Road; thence proceeding easterly and northeasterly following the north bank of the Bull River to its intersection with the northerly boundary of SL 39; thence proceeding northwesterly and westerly, following the height of land between 2 unnamed creeks flowing easterly into the Bull River south and north of SL 39, to the intersection of the said heights of land with the southerly height of land of the watershed of Dibble Creek; thence proceeding westerly following the southerly height of land of the Dibble Creek watershed to its intersection with the easterly height of land of the watershed of Little Bull Creek; thence proceeding southwesterly to the northeast corner of Lot 313; thence southerly following the easterly boundary of Lot 313 to the southerly boundary of SL 34; thence proceeding westerly and southerly following the northerly and westerly boundaries of SL 34 to the southerly side of the Bull River Canyon access road; thence proceeding westerly following the southerly side of the road to the easterly side of the Bull River-Ft. Steele Road; thence proceeding southerly following the easterly side of the Bull River- Ft. Steele Road to the southerly boundary of Lot 2960; thence proceeding easterly and northerly following the southerly and easterly boundaries of Lot 2960 to the southerly boundary of Lot 2959; thence proceeding easterly and northerly following the southerly and easterly boundaries of Lot 2959 to the northwest corner of Parcel A of District Lot 10278; thence proceeding easterly, southerly, westerly, southerly and westerly following the boundaries of Parcel A of D.L. 10278 to the northeast corner of Lot 3705; thence proceeding southerly and westerly following the easterly and southerly boundaries of Lot 3705 to the east side of Bull River-Ft. Steele Road; thence southeasterly following the east side of the Bull River-Ft. Steele Road to the point of commencement.

Stoddart Creek

19  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-25 in the vicinity of Athalmere, Kootenay Land District (except those roads shown highlighted in green and designated as open year round on the attached Map No. 1-19) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the southeast corner of District Lot 9199, Kootenay District, thence easterly along the north boundary of District Lot 288, Kootenay District, to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the east boundary of District Lot 288, Kootenay District, to the northwest corner of Lot 1, District Lot 5353, Kootenay District, Plan 4394; thence easterly, southerly and westerly along the north, east and south boundaries of said Lot 1, District Lot 5353, Kootenay District, to the northeast corner of Lot B, District Lot 5353, Kootenay District, Plan 4063; thence southerly in a straight line to a point on the north boundary of the Shuswap Indian Reserve; thence easterly and southerly along the north and east boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northwest corner of District Lot 5343, Kootenay District; thence easterly in a straight line to the northeast corner of SL 76; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of SL 76 to the northeast corner of L 9562; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of L 9562 to the point of intersection of said boundary with the centre of Shuswap Creek; thence easterly and northerly along the centre of Shuswap Creek to its intersection with the easterly projection of the south boundary of Kootenay National Park; thence westerly along said projection and said park boundary to a point on the east boundary of District Lot 9248, Kootenay District; thence southerly along the east boundaries of District Lots 9248 and 9199, Kootenay District, to the point of commencement.

Columbia Lake

20  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-25 (except those roads shown as dashed lines and designated open between May 1 and November 30, those roads shown as highlighted in green and designated as year round open, and the hatched area designated as open May 1 to November 30) as shown on the attached Map No. 1-20/12.

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 3.]

Eureka Peak

21  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-15 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of Eureka Brook at 1 500 m elevation; thence in a general southerly direction at 1 500 m elevation to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of the easterly tributary flowing westerly into MacKay River at approximately 120° 32' 00" west longitude and 52° 16' 55" north latitude; thence in a general easterly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of the said tributary to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of MacKay River; thence in a general westerly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of MacKay River to a point due East of a point at 1 500 m elevation on the midline of the unnamed stream flowing southerly into Crooked Lake at approximately 120° 36' 30" west longitude and 52° 14' 00" north latitude; thence due West to the said point on the said unnamed stream; thence in a general northerly, easterly and southerly direction at 1 500 m elevation to the point of commencement.

Potato Mountain

22  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-5 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of Lingfield Creek at 1 520 m elevation; thence in a general easterly, southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly direction at 1 520 m elevation to the point of commencement.

Underdown Creek

23  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 8-1 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-23 and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the confluence of Vaseux Creek and Solco Creek; thence in an easterly direction along Vaseux Creek to its confluence with Underdown Creek; thence in a southerly direction along Underdown Creek to its junction with the first unnamed tributary of Underdown Creek; thence due West a distance of 1 200 m; thence due South a distance of 1 900 m; thence in a southwesterly direction to the peak of Mount Underdown; thence in a northwesterly direction to the point of confluence of Vaseux Creek with an unnamed tributary at approximately 119° 22' west longitude and 49° 15' north latitude; thence along Vaseux Creek in a northeasterly direction to the point of commencement.

Goldie Creek

24  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-26 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of Goldie Creek at 1 525 m elevation; thence in a general northerly direction following the 1 525 m elevational contour to the point of intersection with the northerly boundary of the watershed of Goldie Creek; thence in a general westerly, southerly, easterly and northerly direction along the northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of the watershed of Goldie Creek to the point on the easterly boundary of the watershed of Goldie Creek at 1 525 m elevation; thence in a general westerly direction following the 1 525 m elevational contour to the point of commencement.

Repealed

25  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 2].

Grave Prairie

26  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-23 (except those roads designated as open year round and shown highlighted in green, or those roads designated as open May 15 to September 30 and shown as dashed, or private property shown as unshaded on the attached Map No. 1-26/04) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northeast corner of D.L. 2316, K.D.; thence more or less east along an easterly prolongation of the northerly boundary of D.L. 2316, to the point of intersection with the westerly edge of the Grave Lake Cottage Access Road; thence southerly following the westerly edge of said road and the Harmer Creek Access Road to the point of intersection with the northerly bank of Grave Creek; thence southwesterly following an imaginary line to the point of intersection with the northerly edge of the Black Creek logging road; thence westerly and southerly following the northerly and westerly edge of said road to its point of intersection with the easterly edge of the Valley Road; thence due West to the easterly bank of the Elk River; thence northerly following said bank to its intersection with the easterly projection of the southerly boundary of D.L. 2242, K.D.; thence westerly following said projection and the southerly boundary of D.L. 2242 to the southeast corner of Lot 1 of D.L. 2242, Plan 15777; thence northerly, westerly, and southerly following the easterly, northerly and westerly boundaries of Lot 1 to the southerly boundary of D.L. 2242; thence westerly following the southerly boundary of D.L. 2242 to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary of Lower Elk Valley Road; thence northerly and westerly following the easterly and northerly boundary of Lower Elk Valley Road to the easterly boundary of Highway 43; thence northerly following the easterly boundary of Highway 43 to the northerly boundary of D.L. 7988 K.D.; thence easterly following the northerly boundary of D.L. 4988 to the southwest corner of D.L. 7989 K.D.; thence northerly following the westerly boundary of D.L. 7989 to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary of Highway #43; thence in a northerly direction to the point of intersection with the southerly edge of the main Line Creek Mine Access Road; thence easterly and northerly following the southerly and easterly edge of said road to its point of intersection with the westerly edge of the Elk River; thence southerly following the westerly bank of the Elk River to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (c).]

Bullmoose and Chamberlain Mountains

27  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 7-21 and 7-22 (except the BP Canada/Ocelot Petroleum West Bullmoose Road designated as open year round and shown highlighted in green on the attached Map No. 1-27) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of Meikle Creek at 1 524 m elevation; thence in a general southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly direction at 1 524 m elevation to the point of commencement and including all intervening territory.

Skaha Eastside

28  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 8-9 being Lot A and Lot B of Sublot 48, District Lot 2710, Plan 27801, SDYD and Sublot 48, District Lot 2710, Plan 1189, SDYD.

Green Mountain

29  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 1-5 being block 1392, Dunsmuir Land District, Green Mountain Wildlife Management Area.

Elizabeth Lake

30  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-3 in the vicinity of the City of Cranbrook being District Lot 17, Parcel 1 of DD 5963-I and Parcel A of District Lot 3912, Plan 4061 K.D.

Corbin Creek

31  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-23 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-31 (except those roads highlighted in green and designated as open in the legend on the attached Map No. 1-31) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of the Byron Creek Mine Access Road and the Canadian Pacific McGillivray Loop Rail Line at McGillivray; thence northerly and easterly along the easterly and southerly edge of the Canadian Pacific rail line to the most northerly point on Loop Ridge; thence southerly along the height of land known as Loop Ridge to its intersection with the B.C./Alberta border; thence in a general southerly direction along the B.C./Alberta border to an abandoned power line right of way approximately 500 m north of Tent Mountain Pass; thence southwesterly along the southerly edge of the said hydro line right of way to its intersection with the Byron Creek Mine Access Road; thence westerly and northerly along the northern and eastern edge of Byron Creek Mine Access Road to the point of commencement.

Knife Creek

32  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-2 being those portions of D.L.s 26, 28 and 175, Cariboo Land District, lying east of Highway 97 right of way, and D. L. 165, Cariboo Land District, as shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-32 (except that road shown highlighted in green on the attached Map No. 1-32 and designated as open year round).

Cherry Creek — Bummers Flats

33  Effective year round, in those portions of M.U. 4-20 and 4-21 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-33/04 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map and all of the C.P.R. right of way) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northeast corner of Block B of D.L. 129; thence due South on the eastern boundary of said lot and its projection to the intersection of the western boundary of the right of way of Highway 93/95; thence southerly and easterly along the western boundary of said right of way to its intersection with the easterly boundary of D.L. 3061; thence south on the easterly boundary of said lot to the northern boundary of D.L. 115; thence westerly to the northeast corner of D.L. 9827; thence south on the eastern boundary of D.L. 9827 to the east bank of the Kootenay River; thence westerly and northerly along the east bank of the Kootenay River to its intersection with the southeast corner of IR #6; thence north and west along the eastern and northern boundary of IR #6 to its intersection with the east bank of the Kootenay River; thence in a generally northerly direction along the east bank of the Kootenay River to a point due East of the intersection of the westerly boundary of the Kootenay River with the southeast corner of D.L. 656; thence due West across the Kootenay River to the southeastern corner of D.L. 656; thence westerly along the southern boundaries of D.L. 656 and 11045 to the western boundary of D.L. 11045; thence northerly and easterly along the western and northern boundaries of D.L. 11045 to the eastern boundary of D.L. 1235; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of D.L. 1235 to the southern boundary of D.L. 655; thence northerly along the western boundary of D.L. 655 to the southern boundary of D.L. 654; thence easterly and northerly along the southern and western boundaries of D.L. 654 to the southern boundary of D.L. 706; thence easterly along the southern boundary of D.L. 706 to the eastern boundary of D.L. 13059; thence easterly and southerly along the eastern boundary of D.L. 13059 to the southern boundary of D.L. 13059; thence easterly along the southern boundary of D.L. 13059 to the western boundary of D.L. 13059; thence northerly along the western boundary of D.L. 13059; thence easterly, southerly and easterly along the northern, western and northern boundaries of D.L. 13057 to the west bank of the Kootenay River; thence due East across the Kootenay River to the east bank of the Kootenay River; thence in a northeasterly direction along the east bank of the Kootenay River to the southern boundary of D.L. 3001; thence east following the southerly boundary of D.L. 3001 to the west boundary of Highway 93/95 right of way; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of said right of way to its intersection with the westerly projection of the northern boundary of Block B of D.L. 129; thence east along said projection and the northern boundary of Block B of D.L. 129 to the point of commencement.

[am. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (d).]

Wigwam Flats — Mt. Broadwood/Sportsman Ridge

34  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-2 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-34, (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of a forest haul road known locally as the River Road and the Elk River; thence easterly along the south boundary of said road to its intersection with the north boundary of the Mount Broadwood Heritage Conservation Area (formerly CNPC Co (Shell Canada)); thence easterly along said boundary and its projection to the northeast boundary of the Mount Broadwood Heritage Conservation Area; thence northeasterly to the height of land between Lodgepole Creek and Morrissey Creek (Flathead Ridge); thence southeasterly along Flathead Ridge to the western boundary of the Dominion Government Block, Parcel No. 81; thence northeasterly along the western boundary of Parcel No. 81 to the northwest corner of Dominion Government Block, Parcel No. 81; thence in a southwesterly direction along the north boundary of Parcel No. 81 to the height of land between Lodgepole Creek and the Flathead River drainage; thence easterly along said height of land to a point due North of the confluence of North Lodgepole Creek and an unnamed tributary flowing in a westerly direction; thence due South to said confluence; thence southerly along North Lodgepole Creek to the northerly edge of a forest haul road locally known as the Lodgepole Road; thence westerly along the northerly edge of the Lodgepole Road to the intersection of the Lodgepole Road with the eastern boundary of the Mount Broadwood Heritage Conservation Area; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along the eastern and southern boundaries of the Mount Broadwood Heritage Conservation Area to the intersection of said boundary with the Wigwam River; thence westerly along the north bank of the Wigwam River to the confluence of the Wigwam River and the Elk River; thence northerly along the east bank of the Elk River to the point of commencement.

Galton Range

35  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-2 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-35 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of the International Boundary and the midpoint of the southern boundary of SL 21; thence northerly, through SL 21 and SL 32 to the midpoint of the southern boundary of SL 23; thence easterly along the southern boundary of SL 23 to the eastern boundary of SL 23; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 23 to the northern boundary of SL 23; thence westerly along the northern boundary of SL 23 to the eastern boundary of SL 2; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 2 to the southern boundary of SL 9; thence easterly along the southern boundary of SL 9 to the eastern boundary of SL 9; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 9 to the northern boundary of SL 9; thence westerly along the northern boundary of SL 9 to the eastern boundary of SL 10; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 10 to the southern boundary of SL 20; thence easterly along the southern boundary of SL 20 to the eastern boundary of SL 20; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 20 to the northern boundary of SL 20; thence westerly along the northern boundary of SL 20 to the eastern boundary of L 9494; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of L 9494 to the southern boundary of SL 27; thence northerly to the midpoint of SL 27; thence westerly to the eastern boundary of SL 15; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 15 to the northern boundary of SL 15; thence westerly along the northern boundary of SL 15 to the eastern boundary of L 7012; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of L 7012 to the northern boundary of L 7012; thence westerly along the northern boundary of L 7012 to the eastern boundary of SL 16; thence northerly along the eastern boundaries of SL 16 and L 11314 to the northern boundary of L 11314; thence westerly along the northern boundary of L 11314 to the eastern boundary of SL 31; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 31 to the southern boundary of SL 40; thence westerly along the southern boundary of SL 40 for 450 m; thence northerly through SL 40 to the southern boundary of SL 24; thence easterly along the southern boundary of SL 24 for 50 m; thence northerly through SL 24 and SL 41 to the southern boundary of SL 44; thence westerly along the southern boundary of SL 44 to the western boundary of SL 44; thence northerly along the western boundary of SL 44 to the northern boundary of SL 44; thence westerly 450 m; thence northerly through L 360 to the northern boundary of L 360; thence westerly along the northern boundary of L 360 to the eastern boundary of L 361; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of L 361 for 1 600 m; thence westerly for 400 m; thence northerly to the southern boundary of SL 22; thence easterly along the southern boundary of SL 22 to the eastern boundary of SL 22; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 22 to the northern boundary of SL 22; thence westerly along the northern boundary of SL 22 for 250 m; thence northerly to the south east corner of SL 33; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of SL 33 to the southern boundary of L 14031; thence easterly along the southern boundary of L 14031 to the eastern boundary of L 14031; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of L 14031 to the northern boundary of L 14031; thence westerly along the northern boundaries of L 14031 and L 5245 to the eastern bank of the Elk River; thence northerly along the eastern bank of the Elk River to the intersection of the Elk River, the Wigwam River and the southeastern height of land between the Elk River and the Wigwam River; thence southerly along the height of land between the Wigwam River and Lake Koocanusa to the intersection of the height of land and the international boundary; thence westerly along the international boundary to the point of commencement.

Linklater Creek

36  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-03 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-36, (except those roads highlighted in a solid green line and designated as open year round).

Weigert Creek

37  Effective year round, in those portions of M.U. 4-23 shown on the attached Map No. 1-37/05 (except the road shown highlighted in green on that map, which is open year-round, and Look-out Road, shown as dashed on that map, which is open to ATV use only July 1 to August 31) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of Weigert Creek and the western boundary of Lot 8542; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly following the northern, western and southern height of land of Weigert Creek watershed to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (b); am. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (a).]

Upper Elk Valley — Fording River

38  Effective year round, in all those portions of M.U. 4-23 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-38/06 (except that those roads shown highlighted in green on that map are designated open year round, and the Big Weary Ridge trail shown as dashed green lines on that map is designated open to ATV use only from July 1 to August 31) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the eastern boundary of the right of way of TransAlta Power Line Access Road with the natural boundary of Weary Creek, on the southeastern bank thereof; thence in a general northeasterly direction along the southern and eastern natural boundaries of Weary Creek to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of that unnamed lake at the headwaters of said Creek; thence in a general northerly direction along the eastern natural boundary of said lake to the northernmost point thereof; thence northeasterly to the point of intersection with the B.C./Alberta boundary at Mount Bishop; thence southerly along the B.C./Alberta boundary to the summit of Mount Farquhar; thence in a general westerly direction along the southern boundary of the watershed of Henretta Creek to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the watershed of McQuarrie Creek; thence in a general northwesterly direction along said western watershed boundary, and along the projection thereof, to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Henretta Creek, on the northern bank thereof; thence in a general northeasterly direction along said natural boundary to the point of intersection with the western natural boundary of that unnamed creek flowing southwest into Henretta Creek in Lot 6644; thence in a general northerly direction along said western natural boundary to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of Lot 6721; thence westerly along the southern boundaries of Lots 6721, 6720 and 6647 to the southwest corner of Lot 6647; thence northerly along the western boundary of Lot 6647 to the northwest corner of said Lot; thence northerly to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the watershed of that part of Fording River north of Lot 6647; thence in a general northerly direction along said watershed boundary to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of the watershed of Aldridge Creek; thence in a general northwesterly direction along said southern watershed boundary to the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of the right of way of TransAlta Power Line Access Road; thence northerly along said right of way boundary to the point of commencement.

And

Commencing at the point of intersection of the western natural boundary of Elk River with the southern natural boundary of that unnamed creek flowing northeasterly into Elk River, within Lot 8480; thence in a general southwesterly direction along the southern natural boundary of said unnamed creek, and along the projection of said natural boundary to the summit of Riverside Mountain; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the eastern, southern and western boundaries of the Elk Lakes Recreation Area to the point of intersection with the westernmost boundary of the watershed of Elk River, south of Mount Abruzzi; thence in a general southerly direction along said westernmost boundary to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of the watershed of Bingay Creek; thence in a general northeasterly and easterly direction along said southern boundary to a point due South of the southwest corner of Lot 9479; thence due North to said southwest corner; thence easterly along the southern boundaries of Lots 9479 and 9478 to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the right of way of Elk River Service Road; thence northerly along said right of way boundary to the point of intersection with the western natural boundary of Elk River; thence in a general northerly direction along said natural boundary to the point of commencement.

[am. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (b).]

Repealed

39  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (b).]

Marsden Face

40  Effective during the period December 1 to April 15 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-18 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-40 and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 10427; thence easterly along the southern boundary of said Lot to the point of intersection with the northern boundary of the right of way of Highway 3A; thence easterly along said right of way boundary to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the right of way of Marsden Road; thence northerly and easterly along the western and northern boundaries of the Marsden Road right of way to the point of intersection with the western boundary of Lot 8256; thence northerly, easterly and southerly along the western, northern and eastern boundaries of said Lot to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of the West Arm of Kootenay Lake, on the northern bank thereof; thence in a general easterly direction along said natural boundary to the point of intersection with the western boundary of Lot 605; thence northerly and easterly along the western and northern boundaries of said Lot to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Grohman Creek, on the western bank thereof; thence in a general northerly direction along said natural boundary to an unnamed creek flowing easterly into Grohman Creek, 400 metres northwest of the northwestern corner of Lot 8226; thence westerly to the ridge and height of land; thence southwesterly to the northeastern corner of Lot 12330; thence southerly along the eastern boundaries of Lots 12330 and 12329 to the southeast corner of Lot 12329; thence westerly along the southern boundaries of Lot 12329 and Lot 8229 to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Sproule Creek, on the eastern bank thereof; thence in a general southerly direction along said natural boundary to the point of intersection with the northern boundary of Lot 5574; thence easterly along said northern boundary to the point of intersection with the western boundary of Lot 10427; thence southerly along said western boundary to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 3 (c).]

Southeast Peace Elevation Closure

41  Effective year round, in those portions of M.U.s 7-19, 7-31, 7-35, 7-36, 7-43, 7-53, 7-57 above 1 400 m elevation and that portion of M.U. 7-21 above 1 400 m elevation contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the confluence of Imperial Creek and the Murray River; thence proceeding downstream on the Murray River to its junction with Kinuseo Creek; thence proceeding easterly along Kinuseo Creek to the confluence with Honeymoon Creek; thence upstream along Honeymoon Creek to the eastern boundary of M.U. 7-21: thence proceeding southerly and westerly along the east and south boundary of M.U. 7-21 to the east boundary of M.U. 7-23; thence northerly along the west boundary of M.U. 7-21 to the height of land between the Sukunka River and the Hominka River; thence proceeding northeasterly along the west boundary of M.U. 7-21 to the height of land between Hook Creek and the Sukunka River; thence proceeding downstream on Hook Creek to the point of commencement except for the following roads which are designated open year round: Onion Lake Trail (M.U. 7-21).

[am. B.C. Regs. 171/2001, s. 2; 266/2003, s. 2 (c).]

Alexander Creek

42  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-23 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-42-09 (except the roads shown highlighted in green, dark green and dashed orange on that map).

[am. B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 3 (a.]

Granby

43  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 8-14 and 8-15 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-43/05 and on the following roads:

600 m north of the 5 km marker of the Burrell-Young Lake Forest Service Road; 300 m north of the 2 km marker on Arrow Neck Road, east of the 22 km marker on Grano Forest Service Road, east of the 8 km marker on Arthurs Road, 500 m east of the 10 km marker on Goatskin-Rendall Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (c).]

North Churn Creek

44  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-03 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-44 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map).

Corkscrew Creek

45  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-12 known as Corkscrew Road and shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-45.

Miledge, Chappell and Lempriere Creeks

46  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-44 being above 1 700 m in the watersheds of Miledge, Chappell and Lempriere Creeks within the area outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-46/03 (snowmobiles are permitted in area outlined in green between December 1 and May 31).

[am. B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (d).]

Repealed

47  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 3 (d).]

Porcupine Ridge

48  During the period April 16 to December 14 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 3-29 in the vicinity of Alexander Lake, being a portion of the watershed of Heller Creek and surrounding area, as outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-48.

Willow Creek

49  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 1-16 in the vicinity of Campbell River being Lot A of D.L. 222, Plan 11621, Comox District.

Parksville-Qualicum WMA

50  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 1-5 in the vicinity of Parksville and Qualicum, being the Englishman River Estuary Wildlife Management Area, contained within the following described boundaries:

All those unencumbered and unalienated foreshore lands situated in Nanaimo District contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the natural boundary of the Strait of Georgia on the westerly shore thereof at a point due East of the northwest corner of District Lot 73, Nanoose District, approximately 1 km northwest of Little Qualicum River; thence in a general southeasterly direction approximately 17 km along the natural boundary of the Strait of Georgia to the most northwesterly point of Madrona Point on the natural boundary of Craig Bay on the easterly shore thereof including all intervening territory between the mean high water mark and the mean low water mark, and including the following parcels of land situated in Nanoose District:

(a) Lot 1, District Lot 1, Nanoose District, Plan 36317;

(b) Lot 1, District Lot 1, Nanoose District, Plan 14755;

(c) Lot 2, District Lots 1 and 181, Nanoose District, Plan 10257, except those parts thereof within the boundaries of plans 13008, 14755, 15551, 16971, 17062, 17277, 18660, 18661, 19158, 19342, 21228, 21387, 21715, 27632, 29928, 30958 and 36317;

(d) Lot "A", District Lot 181, Nanoose District, Plan 17062;

(e) Lot 1, District Lots 2 and 50, Nanoose District, Plan VIP 55660.

Skull Mountain

51  Effective during the period September 1 to December 10, inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 3-28 known as the Skull Mountain Special Resource Management Zone outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-51/12 (except for those roads highlighted in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 192/2002, s. 1 (c); am. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 4.]

Repealed

52  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 5.]

Repealed

53-58  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (e).]

Tsatia Mountain

59  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 6-20, commencing at the intersection of Tsatia Creek and the 1 400 metres elevation contour; thence following said contour in a generally northerly, easterly, southerly, westerly and northerly direction to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (e).]

Klastline Plateau

60  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 6-21 commencing at the intersection of Quash Creek and the 1 400 metres elevation contour; thence following said contour in a generally northerly, easterly, southerly, westerly and northerly direction to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (e).]

Level Mountain Block

61  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 6-22 and 6-26 commencing at the intersection of Beatty Creek and the 1 400 metres elevation contour; thence following said contour in a generally easterly, northerly, westerly, southerly, easterly and northerly direction to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (e).]

Gnat Pass

62  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 6-19 commencing at the intersection of Gnat Creek and the 1 400 metres elevation contour; thence following said contour in a northerly, easterly, southerly, westerly and northerly direction to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 2 (e).]

63  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (e).]

Skeena

64  During the period May 1 to November 15 inclusive,

(a) (TANZILLA BUTTE) in that portion of M.U. 6-19 situated beyond either side of Middle Range Mining Access Road but within 400 m as shown in green, commencing at the junction of the Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road and the Middle Range Mining Access Road; thence southerly along the Middle Range Mining Access Road to the end point at N 58° 20' 48.36" and W 129° 36' 49.44"; to the end point at N 58° 19' 5.90" and W 129° 37' 18.84" and to the end point at N 58° 19' 27.42" and W 129° 42' 28.74" as shown on the attached Map No. 1-56/04;

(b) (TODAGIN MTN) in that portion of M.U. 6-20 situated beyond either side of Todagin Mountain Mining Access Road but within 400 m, as shown in green and situated beyond either side of Todagin Mountain Mining Access Road but within 10 metres as shown in red on the attached Map 1-57/03;

(c) (DEASE LAKE) in that portion of M.U. 6-23 situated beyond either side of Goldpan Road but within 400 m, as shown in green on the attached Map 1-55/03;

(d) (HOT LAKES) in that portion of M.U. 6-24 situated beyond either side of Hot Lakes Road but within 400 m, as shown in green, and situated beyond either side of Hot Lakes Road but within 10 metres, as shown in red on the attached Map 1-53/03;

(e) (CASSIAR) in that portion of MU 6-24 situated beyond either side of the Quartzrock Creek Access Road but within 400 m, as shown in green, commencing at the junction of Quartzrock Creek and Highway 37; thence northerly along the Quartzrock Creek Access Road to the headwaters of Quartzrock Creek at the height of land (at North Latitude 59° 22' 37.53" and Longitude W 129° 42' 37.97") that separates the drainage of Quartzrock Creek from the drainage of the Blue River; then beyond on either side of the access road but within 400 m, as shown in green, and in a generally northerly, westerly and southerly direction to the end of the access road at North Latitude 59° 19' 34.74" and West Longitude 129° 50' 25.75" and beyond either side of those side roads but within 10 m, as shown in orange on the attached Map No. 1-54/04;

(f) (ADSIT LAKE) in that portion of M.U. 6-24 commencing at North Latitude 58° 48' 12.36" and West Longitude 130° 8' 56.21", situated beyond either side of the Adsit Lake Road and beyond either side of the road leading to Porcupine Lake but within 400 m as shown in green and including beyond the ends of both roads but within 400 m as shown in green on the attached Map No. 1-58/05;

(g) (MIDWAY MINE) in that portion of M.U. 6-24 as shown on the attached Map No. 1-63/04 and described as follows: Commencing at the junction of and on either side of Midway Mine Road and the unnamed trail that runs south towards the Little Rancheria River, locally known as the Midway Mine Access Trail; thence southerly along either side of said trail but within 400 m to a point 5 km north of the Little Rancheria River as shown in green and including beyond the end of said trail but within 400 m;

(h) (ONE ACE MTN) in that portion of MU 6-24 situated beyond either side of One Ace Mountain Mining Access Road but within 400 m, commencing at North Latitude 59° 52' 49.51" and Westerly Longitude 129° 10' 13.0" near the junction of Highway 37; thence generally westerly along One Ace Mountain Mining Access Road to the end locations, including beyond the end locations but within 400 m, as shown in green on attached Map No. 1-64/04.

[en. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 2 (e); am. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (d).]

Stoyoma Mountain

65  During the period May 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U.'s 3-13 and 3-14 above the 1 800 metre elevation as shown on the attached Map No. 1-65/05 (except Cabin Lake Road shown highlighted in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (e).]

Barnes Lake

66  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-23 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-66/05 and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the Eliot Lake/Barnes Lake road junction located at UTM coordinate 666670 E 5480740 N (NAD 27); thence due West to the 1 980 metre (6 500 foot) contour line; thence in a southerly direction along the 1 980 metre (6 500 foot) contour to the southern end of Barnes Lake; thence northeasterly along the 1 980 metre (6 500 foot) contour to the ridgeline; thence northwesterly along the ridgeline to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 2 (f).]

Dewdrop-Rosseau Creek Wildlife Management Area

67  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-29 shown shaded in green on the attached Map No. 1-67/06 (except roads shown as dashed lines on that map) and contained within the following described boundaries:

All those parts of Township 20 and Township 21, Range 20, west of the Sixth Meridian, Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.

[en. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (c).]

Wigwam River

68  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-02 shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-68/06 (except roads shown as green on that map) and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the intersection of the Wigwam River and Bighorn Creek (also known as Ram Creek); thence in an easterly and southerly direction along the height of land between the Wigwam River and the drainages of Bighorn Creek, Cabin Creek and Couldrey Creek to the Canada and United States International Boundary; thence westerly along the International Boundary to the point of intersection of the International Boundary and the height of land between the Wigwam River and the drainage of the Kootenay River; thence northerly along the height of land between/dividing the Wigwam River and the Kootenay River to the point of intersection of said height of land with the height of land northwest of the Snowshoe Lake drainage; thence northeasterly along the height of land between the Snowshoe Lake drainage and an unnamed tributary of the Wigwam River to its confluence with the Wigwam River; thence easterly and southerly along the Wigwam River to the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (d).]

69  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 169/2007, s. 2 (a).]

Turnagain River

70  Effective May 1 to November 15, in that portion of

(a) M.U. 6-19 in the watershed of the Tanzilla River that is further than 400 metres from either side of Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road:

Commencing at the junction of Highway 37 and the Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road; thence easterly along the Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road to the height of land (at Caribou Pass) that separates the watershed of the Turnagain River from the watershed of the Tanzilla River and,

(b) M.U. 7-52 in the watershed of the Turnagain River upstream from the westerly boundary of the Muskwa-Kechika Access Management Area that is further than 400 metres from either side of Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road:

Commencing at the height of land (at Caribou Pass) that separates the watershed of the Turnagain River from the watershed of the Tanzilla River; thence east along said road past Boulder City, Letain, Wolverine and Elephant Lakes; thence southerly along said road from Elephant Lake, along Kutcho Creek to Provencher Lake; from Provencher Lake continuing along said road back to its junction with the Jade/Boulder Mining Access Road and the point of commencement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (f).]

Finlay

71  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 7-38, 7-39 and 7-40 above the 1 450 metre elevation.

[en. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 2 (g).]

Upper Flathead

72  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-1 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-72/08, except that

(a) at all times, motor vehicles are permitted on roads shown highlighted in green on that map, and

(b) snowmobiles are permitted between November 1 and May 31.

[en. B.C. Reg. 169/2007, s. 2 (b); am. B.C. Reg. 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (c).]

East Flathead

73  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-1 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-73/10, including the airstrip highlighted in red on that map, except that

(a) at all times, motor vehicles are permitted on roads shown highlighted in yellow on that map,

(b) snowmobiles are permitted on roads highlighted in dashed green between November 1 and May 31, and

(c) between June 7 and September 9, motor vehicles are permitted on roads highlighted in solid green on that map.

[en. B.C. Reg. 169/2007, s. 2 (c); am. B.C. Regs. 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (d); 175/2010, App. 3, s. 2 (a); 301/2010, App. 4.]

Texas Creek

74  Effective during the period April 15 to June 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 3-16 being the watershed of Texas Creek upstream from the 3 km mark on the Texas Creek Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 4.]

Baribeau Creek

75  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the watershed of Baribeau Creek upstream of the 1 km mark on the Baribeau Creek Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 4; am. B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 3.]

Sea to Sky Highway

76  Effective during the period April 1 to June 15 inclusive, in those portions of the Province of British Columbia described below:

(a) that portion of M.U. 2-6 being the watershed of the Ashlu River upstream of the bridge crossing over Pikett Creek at 30 mile on the Ashlu North Forest Service Road;

(b) that portion of M.U. 2-6 being the watershed of Sims Creek upstream of the bridge crossing over Windgate Creek at 50.5 mile on the Elaho G-Main Forest Service Road;

(c) that portion of M.U. 2-9 being the watershed of Sloquet Creek upstream of the bridge crossing over an unnamed creek located 5 km north of the bridge crossing over North Sloquet Creek on the North Sloquet Creek Forest Service Road;

(d) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of the Birkenhead River upstream of the bridge crossing over Tenquille Creek on the Birkenhead Forest Service Road;

(e) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of Meager Creek North upstream of the gate located at 9 km on the Meager Creek North Forest Service Road;

(f) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of Meager Creek South upstream of the bridge crossing over Hotsprings Creek on the Meager Creek South Forest Service Road;

(g) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of North Creek upstream of the bridge crossing over Delilah Creek on the North Creek Forest Service Road;

(h) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of Phelix Creek upstream of the junction of the Phelix Creek Forest Service Road and the Blackwater Creek Forest Service Road;

(i) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of Salal Creek upstream of 3 km North of the junction of the Salal Creek Forest Service Road and the Upper Lillooet North Forest Service Road;

(j) that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of Upper South Creek upstream of the first bridge crossing over South Creek on the South Creek Forest Service Road;

(k) that portion of M.U. 3-16 being the watershed of Haylmore Creek upstream of the bridge crossing over Common Johnny Creek on the Haylmore Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 4.]

Ryan River

77  Effective year round that portion of M.U. 2-11 being the watershed of the Ryan River upstream of the bridge crossing over the Ryan River at 8 km on the Ryan River Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 4.]

Akamina Kishinena

78  During the period September 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-1 being the watershed of the Akamina and Kishinena Rivers upstream of the Beavertail Creek Bridge at 108.1 km on the Akamina/Kishinena Forest Service Road.

[en. B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 4.]

Buckworth Creek

79  During the period September 1 to June 1 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-7 being the watershed of Buckworth Creek.

[en. B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 4.]

Garnet Valley

80  Effective during the period January 1 to April 30, in that portion of M.U. 8-08 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-74/12 (except for roads indicated in green and designated as open year round on the attached Map No. 1-74/12).

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6.]

Holt Creek

81  Effective year round in that portion of M.U. 4-34 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-75/12 (except for the area indicated by cross hatching and designated as open to snowmobiles from November 30 to April 1 on the attached Map No. 1-75/12).

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6.]

Lang Creek

82  Effective year round in that portion of M.U. 4-34 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-76/12.

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6.]

Crater Mountain

83  Effective year round in that portion of M.U. 8-03 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-77A/12 (except for roads indicated in green and designated as open year round on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 293/2012, App. 3, s. 2.]

Placer Mountain

84  Effective year round in that portion of M.U. 8-03 and 8-04 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 1-78/12 (except for roads indicated in green and designated as open year round on the attached Map No. 1-78/12).

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6.]

Okanagan Alpine

85  Effective year round in that portion of the province within Region 8, the Okanagan region, above 1 700 m elevation, except on existing roads and trails.

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6.]

Itcha Ilgachuz

86  Effective year round in that portion of M.U.s 5-12 and 5-13 shaded in yellow on the attached Map No. 1-79A/12 except that

(a) snowmobiles are permitted on trails highlighted in dashed purple or dashed red between December 15 and April 30,

(b) all terrain vehicles are permitted on trails highlighted in dashed purple between August 1 and August 31,

(c) at all times, motor vehicles are permitted on roads shown highlighted in dashed yellow on that map, and

(d) snowmobiles are permitted on trails highlighted in dashed black.

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 6; am. B.C. Reg. 293/2012, App. 3, s. 3.]

Schedule 2

Motor Vehicle Hunting Closed Areas

(Section 3)

Repealed

1-3  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 3.]

Repealed

4  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 3 (a).]

Repealed

5-6  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 3.]

Valleau Creek

7  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-5 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of Butler Creek at 1 920 m elevation; thence in a general westerly, southerly, easterly and northerly direction at 1 920 m elevation to the point of commencement.

[am. B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (a).]

Repealed

8  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (b).]

Kootenay Region

9  During the periods April 1 to June 30 and September 1 to February 28 (February 29 in a leap year) inclusive, in those portions of the Province of British Columbia described below:

(a) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 5 (a).]

(b) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 5 (a).]

(c) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of Iron Creek and Lime Creek;

(d) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the watersheds of the middle fork of the White River upstream from the first bridge crossing and of Elk Creek upstream from the White Rock Forestry Access Road;

(e) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the drainage of Fenwick Creek;

(f) that portion of M.U. 4-25 being the drainage of Albert River;

(g) that portion of M.U. 4-35 being the drainages of Ice River and the easterly watershed of Beaverfoot River upstream of Ice River;

(h) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of Quinn Creek upstream of its confluence with Alpine Creek and including the watershed of Alpine Creek;

(i) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 3 (b).]

(j) that portion of M.U. 4-21 being the easterly headwaters of Coyote Creek;

(k) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the drainage of Blackfoot Creek;

(l) those portions of M.U. 4-26 being the watersheds of Dutch Creek upstream of its confluence with Whitetail Creek; the watershed of Brewer Creek upstream of its confluence with Thorald Creek; and the watershed of Thorald Creek;

(m) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the drainage of Little Sand Creek upstream of the Galloway Logging Road;

(n) those portions of M.U. 4-22 being the drainages of Swanson Creek, Haynes Creek, Big Tower Creek and Little Tower Creek;

(o) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of Burton Creek upstream of the 3.5 km marker on the Burton Creek Forest Service Road;

(p) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 5 (a).]

(q) that portion of M.U. 4-25 being the drainage of Pedley Creek;

(r) that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the drainage area of an unnamed creek flowing into Dewar Creek between Mt. Patrick and Mt. Manson, upstream of the Dewar Creek Access Road;

(s) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(t) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the watershed of Nilksuka Creek upstream from the North White River Haul Road;

(u) that portion of M.U. 4-25 being the watershed of Cross River, upstream of the 27.3 km marker on the Cross River Road, and all roads that join with the Cross River Road between the 20.4 km and 27.3 km markers on that Road, except the first 100 m of road surface measured from the centre of the Cross River Road;

(v) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of Big Sand Creek upstream of its confluence with Whimpster Creek;

(w) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 3 (a).]

(x) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 5 (a).]

(y) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 3 (a).]

(z) that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the watershed of Buhl Creek upstream from a point 0.5 km upstream of the Skookumchuck Creek bridge crossing near the confluence of Buhl Creek with Skookumchuk Creek;

(aa) that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the watershed of Bradford Creek;

(bb) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the watershed of Nine Mile Creek upstream of the 1 300 m elevation;

(cc) that portion of M.U. 4-9 being the watershed of Tiger Creek upstream of the Gopher Creek crossing;

(dd) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 5 (a).]

(dd.1) that portion of M.U. 4-18 being the watershed of Sproule Creek upstream of the point of commencement of the Sproule Creek Forest Service Road, but not including that portion of the Smallwood Forest Service Road located within the Sproule Creek watershed;

(ee) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(ff) that portion of M.U. 4-32 being the watershed of Barnes Creek upstream of the 30 km marker;

(gg) that portion of M.U. 4-25 being the watershed of the north fork of Dry Creek upstream of the 19 km mark;

(hh) that portion of M.U. 4-3 being the watershed of Purcell Creek upstream from the Linklater Creek Main Haul Road;

(ii) that portion of M.U. 4-3 being the southerly watershed of Teepee Creek between Jim Creek and Gold Creek and the westerly watershed of Gold Creek between Teepee Creek and the intersection of Gold Creek with the southerly boundary of Lot 8282;

(jj) and (kk) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(ll) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 5 (a).]

(mm) that portion of M.U. 4-2 being the watershed of an unnamed tributary of Lodgepole Creek, locally known as Windfall Creek (flowing northwesterly into Lodgepole Creek with its headwaters at Windfall Mountain) upstream of 6.8 km marker on the Windfall Creek Road;

(nn) that portion of M.U. 4-24 being the watershed of Grave Creek upstream from its confluence with a small southerly flowing unnamed tributary of Grave Creek located between Nitta Creek and Nippin Creek;

(oo) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(pp) that portion of M.U. 4-25 being the upper watersheds of Madias Creek and Tatley Creek upstream from the easterly boundary of the Columbia Lake Indian Reserve;

(qq) that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the watershed of Skookumchuck Creek from a point downstream 1 km from its confluence with Greenland Creek;

(rr) that portion of M.U. 4-20 being the watershed of Copper Creek upstream of the Skookumchuck Forest Access Road;

(ss) that portion of M.U. 4-26 being the Crown Land in the watershed of Lavington Creek upstream of the northerly boundary of Sublot 137, Kootenay Land District;

(tt) that portion of M.U. 4-38 being the watershed of Downie Creek, including the Sorcerer Creek watershed, upstream of the 15 km sign on the Downie Creek Forest Service Road;

(uu) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(vv) that portion of M.U. 4-22 being the watershed of McDermid Creek.

(ww) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 5 (a).]

(xx) to (zz) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

[am. B.C. Regs. 218/2000, s. 4 (c); 171/2001, s. 3; 224/2005, s. 3 (a); 154/2006, s. 3 (b); 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (f); 143/2009, App. 2, s. 5; 175/2010, App. 3, s. 5; 80/2012, App. 6, s. 7 (a).]

Repealed

10  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 6.]

Lake Creek

11  During the period October 20 to December 10 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-29 being the easterly watershed of the Lardeau River between the northerly boundaries of D.L.s 7527 and 9378, Kootenay Land District and the northerly height of land of Lake Creek including the Lake Creek Watershed.

Cariboo

12  Effective year round, in those portions of the Province of British Columbia described as follows:

(a) and (b) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 293/2012, App. 3, s. 4.]

(c) that portion of M.U. 5-8 being the Nusatsum-Noeick Forest Service Road (B.C. Forest Service Project No. 942-8130) southerly and westerly from a point 15 km south of its junction with Highway 20;

(d) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (d).]

(e) that portion of M.U. 5-03 being the Gaspard-West Churn Forest Service Road (3200 Road) southwesterly from the point of intersection of the midline of the said road and the midline of Stobart Creek (at the bridge, approximately at the 5 km point);

(f) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 293/2012, App. 3, s. 4.]

(g) that portion of M.U. 5-03 being the Gaspard-Churn Creek Forest Service Road (2800 Road) southerly from km 35;

(h) that portion of M.U. 5-15 being the Spanish No-Name Lake Forest Service Road (B.C. Forest Service Project No. 7200) northerly and easterly from the No-Name Lake Forest Service Recreational site to its end;

(i) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 3 (c).]

(j) that portion of M.U. 5-15 being the Crooked Lake Forest Service Road (RO 1350 Ministry of Forests Amendment 3 of 94);

(k) that portion of M.U. 5-12 being the Upper Dean River Main Haul Road northerly from the 66.5 km mark.

[am. B.C. Regs. 218/2000, s. 4 (d); 171/2001, s. 3; 154/2006, s. 3 (c); 169/2007, s. 3 (a); 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (g); 293/2012, App. 3, s. 4.]

Repealed

13  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (e).]

Battlement Ridge

14  During the period September 1 to October 31 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 5-04 being the Battlement Ridge Mining Road.

Repealed

15  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (e).]

Doc English Gulch

16  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-14 outlined in red on the attached Map No. 2-14 (excluding the rights of way, highlighted in green, of the said public road following Doc English Gulch and leading to Highway 20 and of the unnamed trail leading from the said public road, in Lot 20, Township 48, to the said private road in Lot 13, Township 50, Lillooet Land District) and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point of intersection, in Lot 24, Township 50, Lillooet Land District, of the southerly boundary of the right of way of Highway 20 and of the easterly boundary of the right of way of the unnamed public road leading south; thence in a general southerly and easterly direction along the easterly and northerly boundaries of the said unnamed public road, and of the unnamed private road leading southerly and easterly, to the point of intersection with the westerly boundary of the right of way of the unnamed public road following Doc English Gulch; thence northeasterly to a point 400 metres distant from the easterly boundary of the right of way of the said unnamed public road; thence in a general northwesterly direction, along a line 400 metres distant from and parallel to the said easterly boundary of the right of way of the said public road, to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the right of way of Highway 20; thence in a general westerly direction along the southerly boundary of the right of way of Highway 20 to the point of commencement.

Clinton Creek

17  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-31 shown outlined in red on the attached map No. 2-17 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northwest corner of D.L. 1713, Lillooet Land District; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of D.L. 1713 for approximately 1 130 metres to the northerly boundary of the watershed of Clinton Creek; thence in a southwesterly, southerly, and easterly direction along the northwesterly, westerly, and southerly boundaries of the watershed of Clinton Creek to a point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Borrow Creek; thence in a general easterly and northeasterly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Borrow Creek to the summit of an unnamed mountain (known locally as Lime Mountain) approximately 5 kilometres west of Clinton; thence in a general northerly direction along the easterly boundary of the watershed of Borrow Creek for a distance of approximately 700 metres; thence more or less northeasterly in a straight line to the point of intersection with the Lime Lookout Road (5281.01) at a point approximately 1 kilometre above the intersection of said road and the B.C. Hydro right of way; thence in a general southeasterly direction along the midline of the Lime Lookout Road to the point of intersection with the northwesterly boundary of the B.C. Hydro powerline right of way; thence in a general northeasterly direction along the northwesterly boundary of said right of way to the point of intersection with the midline of Fiftyone Creek; thence in a general northwesterly direction along the midline of Fiftyone Creek to the point of intersection with the northerly boundary of D.L. 1713; thence westerly to the point of commencement.

Garnet Fire

18  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 8-9 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northwest corner of S.L. 47; thence southerly along the eastern boundary of the City of Penticton to the southwest corner of S.L. 18; thence easterly along the southern boundary of S.L. 18 to the south-southeast corner thereof; thence due East to the point of intersection with the western boundary of the right of way of Okanagan Falls Forest Service Road (formerly 201 Main Haul Road); thence northerly along said right of way boundary to the point of intersection with the southern boundary of the right of way of Beaverdell Road; thence westerly along said southern boundary to the point of intersection with the midline of Ellis Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along said midline to the point of intersection with the boundary of the City of Penticton; thence southerly and westerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Repealed

19  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

Beef Trail Creek

20  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-12 described as Beef Trail Road shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 2-20.

Groundhog Creek

21  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-04 described as the Groundhog Forest Service Road (FSR) and any side roads, southerly from the 15.5 km point; and the Rocky Lake-5800 FSR and any side roads, westerly from the intersection of Rocky Lake-5800 FSR and Groundhog Creek and shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 2-21.

[am. B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (f).]

Moffat Creek

22  Effective year round, in those portions of M.U. 5-02 described as the Moffat Lake-Spokin Forest Service Road (FSR) (Project # 7968-05) and any side roads, and shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 2-22/01.

[am. B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

Malde Creek

23  During the periods April 1 to June 30 inclusive and September 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-9 that is the drainage area of Malde, Goodeve, Morris and Shepherd Creeks, and the drainage area of Cambridge Creek upstream of the 750 metre elevation.

[en. B.C. Reg. 192/2002, s. 2 (a).]

Rialto Creek

24  During the periods April 1 to June 30 inclusive and September 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-15 above the 760 metre contour in the watersheds of Tulip Creek in the west to Rialto Creek in the east including all watersheds in between (Syringa, Allendale, Yarrow and several unnamed) and including areas within Syringa Provincial Park as shown on the attached Map 2-44/05.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 3 (b).]

Deer Creek Road

25  During the period September 1 to November 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 4-15 commencing at approximately 5 km on the East Fork of Deer Creek Road and at approximately 5 km on the West Fork of Deer Creek Road; and the watersheds of Gladstone, Hutchison and Sangrida Creeks and above the 750 metre elevation in the watersheds of Dawson's, Sunshine and Twobits Creeks.

[en. B.C. Reg. 192/2002, s. 2 (b).]

Repealed

26  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 6.]

Omineca/Peace

27  Effective year round, in those portions of the Province of British Columbia described below:

(a) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 3 (d).]

(b) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3.]

(c) that portion of M.U.s 7-21 and 7-22 being the BP Canada/Ocelot Petroleum, West Bullmoose Road.

[am. B.C. Regs. 171/2001, s. 3; 154/2006, s. 3 (d).]

Lawless-Jacobson Lake FSR

28  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 8-05 being the Lawless-Jacobson Lake Forest Service Road (B.C. Forest Service Project No. 5104-05) southeasterly of the point where it crosses Vuich Creek.

Repealed

29-33  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 3.]

Greenstone Mountain Burn

34  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 3-19 described as the Greenstone Mountain Burn shown outlined in red on the attached Map No. 2-34 (except the roads shown highlighted in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 218/2000, s. 4 (h).]

Grohman Creek

35  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 4-18 shown as shaded on the attached Map No. 2-35/07.

[en. B.C. Reg. 169/2007, s. 3 (b).]

Repealed

36  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 266/2003, s. 3.]

Kootenay Region

37  During the periods April 1 to June 30 and September 1 to November 30 inclusive, in those portions of the Province of British Columbia described below:

(a) that portion of M.U. 4-5 being the watershed of Irishman Creek upstream of Highway 3/95;

(b) that portion of M.U. 4-6 being the watershed of four unnamed creeks flowing southerly into Sanca Creek from Sherman Mountain upstream from Sanca Creek Road;

(c) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 6.]

(d) that portion of M.U. 4-4 being

(i)   the western slopes of Mt. Mahon,

(ii)   the Manson Creek watershed, and

(iii)   the northerly watershed of Hawkins Creek above the Hawkins Creek Road, west of an unnamed stream flowing southwesterly into Hawkins Creek from M. Mahon approximately 2 km northwest of the confluence of Canuck Creek and Hawkins Creek;

(e) that portion of M.U. 4-7 being the upper watershed of Topaz Creek upstream of the junction with Midgely Mountain Road at 1 425 m elevation;

(f) that portion of M.U. 4-6 being the watershed of Leadville Creek.

(g) and (h) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 6.]

(i) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 175/2010, App. 3, s. 6.]

[en. B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3; am. B.C. Regs. 169/2007, s. 3 (c); 143/2009, App. 2, s. 6; 143/2009, App. 2, s. 6; 175/2010, App. 3, s. 6.]

Repealed

38  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 3 (a).]

Morkill Forest Road

39  During the periods of April 15 to June 15 and August 15 to November 30, that portion of M.U.s 7-03 and 7-16 being the Morkill Forest Road and that part of M.U.s 7-03 and 7-16 it accesses from its crossing of the Fraser River.

[en. B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 3; am. B.C. Regs. 251/2009, s. 4; 80/2012, App. 6, s. 7 (b).]

Dog Creek

40  During the period September 1 to November 30, inclusive, in that portion of MU 4-14 that is the watershed of Peter Creek upstream of the Peter Creek bridge and north of Peter Creek and that portion of the watershed of Faith Creek upstream of the 960 metre elevation contour and south of Faith Creek, as shown on attached Map 2-40/04.

[en. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 3 (b).]

Telkwa Mountains

41  Effective year round in that portion of M.U. 6-09 outlined in the attached Map No. 2-41A/12, excluding the Grizzly Plateau/Gas Stop Access Trail indicated in red and designated as open year round on that map.

[en. B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 6, s. 7 (c); am. B.C. Reg. 293/2012, App. 3, s. 5.]

Schedule 3

ATV and Snowmobile Closed Areas

(Section 4)

Galloping Hills

1  During the period June 1 to October 31 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 8-15 in the Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District (except the primary roadway accesses to the peak of Mt. Scaia and to Lightning Peak) contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point where the boundaries of Kootenay Land District and Similkameen and Osoyoos Divisions of Yale Land District join; thence in a northerly direction along the boundary between Kootenay Land District and Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District via Gunwad Mountain, Mount Scaia to Galloping Mountain; thence in a westerly direction following the height of land to Lightning Peak; thence following the height of land in a southerly direction to the boundary between Osoyoos and Similkameen Divisions of Yale Land District; thence following that boundary east to the point of commencement.

South Nanaimo River

2  During the period September 1 to December 31 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 1-05 being the watershed of South Nanaimo River.

Gaspard-Churn

3  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-3 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at a point on the midline of the Fraser River in the vicinity of Gang Ranch; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of Fraser River to a point approximately 51°15' 00" north latitude; thence more or less west in a straight line to the most adjacent point on the southerly boundary of the watershed of Lone Cabin Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Lone Cabin Creek to the point of intersection with the easterly boundary of the watershed of Churn Creek at the apex of Red Mountain; thence in a general southerly and westerly direction along the easterly and southerly boundary of the watershed of Churn Creek to a point due South of Horse Lake; thence more or less north to the point of intersection with the midline of Horse Lake; thence in a general northerly direction along the midlines of Horse Lake and Churn Creek to the point of intersection with the midline of West Churn Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along the midline of West Churn Creek approximately 3.75 km to the point of intersection with the midline of a road construction right of way leading southerly from L 50 Lillooet Land District; thence in a general northerly direction along the midline of the said road construction right of way to the point of intersection with the midline of the unnamed road leading northerly from Stobart Creek to Farwell Canyon; thence in a general northerly direction along the midline of the said unnamed road to the point of intersection with the midline of Chilcotin River; thence in a general easterly direction along the midline of Chilcotin River to the point of intersection with the midline of Fraser River; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of Fraser River to the point of commencement.

Schedule 4

ATV and Snowmobile Hunting Closed Areas

(Section 5)

Taseko-Chilko Lake

1  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 5-4 contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the natural boundary of Chilko Lake on the easterly shore thereof and the midline of Nemaia Creek; thence in a general easterly direction along the midline of Nemaia Creek to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Konni Lake on the southerly shore thereof; thence in a general easterly direction along the natural boundary of Konni Lake on the southerly shore thereof and a prolongation thereof to the point of intersection with the midline of the adjacent unnamed road; thence in a general easterly direction along the midline of the said unnamed road to the point of intersection with the midline of Elkin Creek; thence in a general southerly and easterly direction along the midline of Elkin Creek, a southeasterly tributary and a prolongation thereof to the point of intersection with the midline of the adjacent unnamed stream flowing northerly into Taseko River; thence in a general northerly direction along the midline of the said unnamed stream to the point of intersection with the midline of Taseko River; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of Taseko River to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Taseko Lakes on the northerly shore thereof; thence in a general westerly and southerly direction along the natural boundary of Taseko Lakes on the northerly and westerly shores thereof to a point due West of the point of intersection of the midline of Chita Creek and the natural boundary of Taseko Lake on the easterly shore thereof; thence more or less west in a straight line to the point of intersection with the northerly boundary of the watershed of Chita Creek; thence in a general easterly and southerly direction along the northerly and easterly boundaries of the watershed of Chita Creek to the point of intersection with the northerly boundary of the watershed of Powell Creek; thence in a general easterly direction along the northerly boundary of the watershed of Powell Creek to the point of intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed of the most northerly tributary of Powell Creek; thence in a general southerly direction along the westerly boundary of the watershed of the said tributary of Powell Creek to the point of intersection with the midline of Powell Creek; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of Powell Creek to the point of intersection with the midline of Taseko River; thence in a general easterly direction along the midline of Taseko River to the point of intersection with the midline of Granite Creek; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of Granite Creek and a prolongation thereof to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Granite Creek; thence more or less west in a straight line to the point of intersection with the most adjacent point of the midline of the adjacent unnamed stream west, flowing northerly then westerly into an unnamed widening of Lord River; thence in a general northerly then westerly direction along the midline of the said unnamed stream to the point of intersection with the midline of the unnamed widening of Lord River; thence in a general southerly direction along the midline of the said unnamed widening, the midline of Lord River and a prolongation thereof, to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Lord River; thence in a general westerly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Lord River to the point of intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Edmond Creek; thence in a general westerly direction along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Edmond Creek to a point due South of the most westerly and southerly point on the midline of Ramose Creek; thence northerly in a straight line to the midline of Ramose Creek; thence in a general northerly direction along the midline of Ramose Creek to the point of intersection with the midline of Edmond Creek; thence in a general northerly and westerly direction along the midline of Edmond Creek to the point of intersection with the natural boundary of Chilko Lake; thence in a general northerly direction along the natural boundary of Chilko Lake on the easterly shore thereof to the point of commencement.

Cariboo

2  Effective year round, between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., in those portions of the Province of British Columbia being M.U.s 5-03, 5-04, 5-05, 5-06 and 5-14.

Chilcotin

3  During the period September 1 to December 5 inclusive, in M.U.s 5-12 and 5-13.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 4.]

Schedule 5

Snowmobile Hunting Closed Areas

(Section 6)

Southern Interior

1  Effective year round, in M.U.s 3-28, 3-45 and 3-46.

Kootenays

2  During the period April 1 to November 30 inclusive, in M.U.s 4-1 to 4-9 and 4-14 to 4-40.

Skeena

3  Effective year round, in M.U.s 6-04, 6-05, 6-06, 6-08, 6-09, 6-15 and 6-30.

[am. B.C. Reg. 171/2001, s. 4.]

Omineca

4  During the period March 31 to November 30 inclusive, in M.U.s 7-02 to 7-18, 7-23 to 7-30 and 7-37 to 7-39.

[am. B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 4.]

Kakwa Recreation Area

5  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U. 7-18 on the unnamed access road to Kakwa Recreation Area north of Buchanan Creek.

[en. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 5.]

Schedule 6

ATV Hunting Closed Areas

(Section 7)

Repealed

1  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 6 (a).]

Omineca

2  Effective year round, in M.U.s 7-38 and 7-39.

Aylard Creek

3  During the period August 15 to October 30 inclusive, in that portion of M.U. 7-36 east of Aylard Creek and the unnamed creek due north of Aylard Creek that flows into the Graham River.

Omineca

4  Between 4:40 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. from August 15 to August 31 inclusive, between 5:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. from September 1 to September 30 inclusive and between 6:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. from October 1 to November 15 inclusive, in M.U.s 7-07 to 7-15.

[en. B.C. Reg. 477/2004, s. 4; am. B.C. Reg. 224/2005, s. 6 (b).]

Schedule 7

Snowmobile Closed Areas

Repealed

1-2  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 74/2011, s. 1.]

Repealed

3  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 154/2006, s. 5 (c).]

Repealed

4-8  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 74/2011, s. 1.]

Hart Ranges

9  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 7-03, 7-16, 7-17, 7-18, 7-19, and 7-23 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-9/11.

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 7; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 4; 74/2011, s. 2.]

Upper Fraser/Quesnel Highland

10  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 3-46, 5-02, 5-15, 7-04, 7-05, 7-06 and 7-07 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-10/13 (except the 20 metre wide corridors shown in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 8; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 5; 74/2011, s. 3; 223/2013, App. 2, s. 1.]

Wells Gray/Thompson

11  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 3-36, 3-37, 3-40, 3-41, 3-42, 3-43, 3-44, 3-45, 4-39 and 7-02 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-11/11 (except the 20 metre wide corridors shown in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 9; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 6; 74/2011, s. 4.]

Revelstoke/Shuswap

12  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 3-35, 3-36, 3-37, 3-42, 4-38 and 4-39 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-12/11 (except the 20 metre wide corridors shown in green on that map).

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 10; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 7; 74/2011, s. 5; 80/2012, App. 6, s. 8.]

Central Kootenay

13  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 4-17, 4-29 and 4-31 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-13/11.

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 11; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 8; 74/2011, s. 6.]

Southeast Kootenay

14  Effective year round, in that portion of M.U.s 4-20 and 4-26 shown in red on the attached Map No. 7-14/11.

[en. B.C. Reg. 425/2008, s. (b); am. B.C. Regs. 143/2009, App. 2, s. 12; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 9; 74/2011, s. 7.]

Repealed

15  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 74/2011, s. 1.]

Maps

[am. B.C. Regs. 218/2000, ss. 3 (c), 4 (b), (f) and (h) and 5; 171/2001, ss. 2 and 3; 192/2002, ss. 1 (c) and 3 (b);

266/2003, ss. 2 (d) and (e) and 4; 477/2004, ss. 2 and 3; 224/2005, ss. 2 (b) to (f), 3 (b) and 7;

154/2006, ss. 2 (b) to (e) and 5; 169/2007, ss. 2 and 3 (b); 163/2008, App. 3, s. 1 (e); 425/2008, s. (b);

143/2009, App. 2, ss. 3 (b) and 14; 77/2010, App. 3, s. 10; 175/2010, App. 3, s. 2 (b); 74/2011, s. 8.]

Maps are exempt from publication and may be inspected at the offices of the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, 2975 Jutland Road, Victoria, B.C. V8T 5J9, during regular office hours.

[Provisions relevant to the enactment of this regulation: Wildlife Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 488, sections 108 and 109]