Wildfire Crews

Our crews are available for wild land fire suppression. All crews arrive on a fire better equipped than required by our BC Standing Offer Agreement and are self sufficient for the first 24 hours. Upon request, we can supply pumps, hose, water tanks, and fuel.

We hold agreements with: the Kamloops Fire Centre based out of Barriere, BC, the South-East Fire Centre based out of Invermere, BC and hold an Interagency Fire Crew Agreement for Washington State, based out of Oroville, WA.

We have agreements with several forest companies to assist with fire suppression in their interest areas.


Boulder Mountain can provide prescribed burning services, including, crew, Burn Boss and equipment for all stages of burning: everything from assessment and preparation through ignition, suppression and mop-up.

First Aid Services

In addition to exceeding WorkSafe BC’s first-aid requirements for our own crews, we hold first-aid services agreements with both the Kamloops and the South-East Fire Centres. Our equipment includes two Mobile Treatment Centres stocked to First-Aid Room standards and mounted on 4X4 pickups. Every Boulder Mountain squad is staffed with at least one OFA L3 first-aid attendant.


  • 4X4 crew cab diesel pickups
  • Mark 3 pumps
  • Fire hose
  • Power saws
  • Honda ATV
  • ATV trailer
  • Dining tent

Fifth wheel office trailer

  • 33 feet long
  • 800 watts of solar panels
  • 2500 watt inverter
  • Drop down rear ramp
  • 100 gallon water tank
  • Cellular antenna and booster
  • Lap top computer
  • Printer
  • Colour copier
  • Internet fax.

Unimog 406 short wheelbase

  • Upgraded to 125 DIN horsepower
  • 420 gallon tank
  • Ultra Striker pump (13 horsepower Honda engine, 340 psi)
  • Separate Honda fill pump
  • 1000’ hose
  • Foam
  • Power saw
  • Two mobile radios (one MOF frequencies, one road frequencies)
  • Heavy duty hydraulic blade
  • High ground clearance
  • Licensed for road travel


Boulder Mountain Contracting Ltd.