Harrison West does have some trails that would be interesting in a full-size. Sunrise Lake and Hale Creek. I was up at Sunrise a couple weeks ago on my quad, and the snow is gone now. There are a couple of other trails along Harrison West that might be interesting as well. Could always check out the abandoned logging camp, although the loop trail is not a challenge.
You can take Harrison East to get to a good rock crawl, longer than the one at Dickson Lake, and with a pretty good elevation gain, but it may still have snow on it. I don't know of any other good trails off of Harrison East.
Seems funny talking about snow on such a warm, sunny day at the end of April!
Hale Creek and Sunrise are cool. I went with the BC 4x4 club for a cleanup (its the second week of every month) I was told that main road can take you all the way to pemberton and was interested in finding out.
I was told that main road can take you all the way to pemberton and was interested in finding out.
Yes, the Harrison West FSR will take you to Pemberton. From Pemberton you can head NW up the Pemberton Meadows road and take the Hurley River FSR to Bralorne and Goldbridge. Then the Carpenter Lake Rd to the Terizaghi Dam, where you can either take the Mission Pass road over to Seton Lake and the highline road to D'Arcy and then the Sea to Sky back to the Lower Mainland. Or from the dam to Moha, then down the Yalakom to Lillooet, and from Lillooet either the Duffy Lake road to the Sea to Sky or the sometimes-narrow Texas Creek FSR and the Westside FSR high above the Fraser down to Lytton, then the Fraser Canyon back to the Fraser Valley.
Also, Harrison East FSR will take you to Boston Bar, which is another good loop of easy backroad driving. From Boston Bar you can get onto the Uztlius Creek and Spius areas which will then take you to Merritt. Then on to Cabin Lake via the Mini Whipsaw... I could go on forever!
I have travelled exensively through those areas and would be happy to lead an "exploration" trip, ie. mostly FSR travel, easy driving, but you really get to see a lot of nice scenery.
But I need to buy new tires and fix a U-joint on my front d-shaft first. Heading outside right now to look at my cup-holder.
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