Our Clubs


The FTA are associated with two types of Clubs – Member Clubs and Supporter Clubs.

Whether a Member or a Supporter, each club operates entirely independently, offers a wide variety of year-round activities, and actively supports the FTA.

Find out more, below. Or, if you operate a Club which would like to support the FTA, please contact us for more information.

Member Clubs

Member Clubs primarily focus on the enhancement, promotion and growth of the non-motorized, multi-use trail network.

Memberships for these clubs allow access to Club events, activities + hut bookings. Head to their sites to learn more.


The FMBC is Fernie’s member-based mountain bike club. They are a volunteer ran non-profit organization with a mandate to organize fun events in the Fernie area.

The FMBC works with local businesses and volunteers to ensure Fernie has a fun and vibrant biking community for all age groups and riding levels.

Head to their website to purchase a FMBC Club Membership. FMBC Memberships run for a calendar year.


Stag Leap Running Co. is a non-profit Trail Running resource, based in the mountain town of Fernie, BC. They began in 2016, with the goal of growing our trail running community, through group runs, races & events. With so many trails to explore, mountains to climb & like-minded runners to meet, Fernie has something for everyone.

Head to their website to join their Club (FREE) + purchase your Fernie Trails Pass.


The association began over three decades ago as the Elk Valley Ski Touring Association (EVSTA), a loosely knit group of ski touring enthusiasts eager to protect and promote public access to recreation in the Fernie area. It has evolved to become a strong advocacy group for public recreation in the region.

Members of the FT&STC have over the course of the past several years contributed significantly to trail development, maintenance and promotion in the region

If you want to book a hut, then join the club. FT&STC Memberships run for a winter season.

Supporter Clubs

Supporter Clubs also actively support the Fernie Trails Alliance, however they primarily operate on trails/areas that aren’t directly maintained by the FTA.

Head to our Supporter Club sites, for full information on their memberships + services.


The Fernie Nordic Society is a BC registered non-profit organization founded in Fernie in the fall of 2006. From a small group of dedicated Nordic ski enthusiasts, the membership of the Society has grown to over 1,500 members.

If you want to ski at the EVNC or Fernie Golf Course, you need a FNS Membership. FNS Memberships run for a winter season.


A non-profit international volunteer organization that takes elderly and less abled citizens out for free bike rides in specialized bikes called trishaws.

Established in 2012 in Denmark and now represented worldwide in 50 countries. Fernie Cycling Without Age launched in 2019, and now has two trishaws in operation.

For more information or to get involved with this amazing initiative, head to their site.