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  1. The hunt for Sasquatch continues...This is route..it's approx 500 klm from Vancouver on the east side of Harrison Lake to Boston Bar BC from sea level thru a 3900 ft pass. 120 of mostly groomed FSR until you get to the pass then about 40klm that gets really steep and a little tricky. Lots of baby heads, deep ruts on narrow road with some pretty steep cliff edges. But fairly easy to do in the mid summer with some good tires. If you wanna go earlier in the season expect lots of mud and snow. Even in the summer our expect time of 3 hours took us 5 but there was 8 of us a couple of novices so our average speed was only 30kph and we stopped for a nice lunch and a couple longer breaks. Fun but not the most scenic of the runs around this part of the country but the route on Hwy 7 to Harrison Lake and the route back down Hwy 1 to Hope makes up for it..A definite must do if your a bike bike adventure rider in this part of the country
  2. Destination Mission Mountain Pass A 12 klm gravel switch-back that during the BC gold rush was quite famous and is still well worth the trip To get there there just follow the map to Seaton Portage . Beautiful lakes and and free camping, if you like to rough it. The whole area is fun for exploring with a lot of fairly well maintained forest service roads Our Vstroms had no trouble on the dry gravel roads. Be prepared, there are no gas stations or cell phone reception, back there your on your own. if you don't mind 12 hours in the saddle this is a fun day trip out of Vancouver, this 600 klm can be done,