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Coming Soon: British Columbia Backcountry Discovery Route

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Segment 1: Chilliwack to Lillooet Route Overview

Adventure Rating: Baja

Trip Length: 300 miles

Season: June - October

Technical Rating: Mostly green, with sections of moderately technical blue trail (Poison Mountain area).

Typical Terrain: Wide dirt and gravel roads, some jeep trails

Recommended Vehicle: High clearance 4x4 with 4 low and decent all terrain tires.

Adventure Vans: Lifted Quigleys and Sportsmobiles should be able to manage the route. Spinter vans are not recommended in the Poison Mountain and China Head sections.

Route Details

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Camping Recommendations You may only camp in designated sites. Permits must be obtained in person at the visitor center no more than 24 hours before your trip.

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Recommended Points of Interest

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Maps + Navigation


>> Always check with local land managers for road closures and conditions.


Recommended Maps

  • Google Maps (offline enabled)

  • Gaia GPS (NatGeo trails illustrated, NPS Visitor, base map layer)

Download GPX files

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TIP: To expose alternative routes in Google Maps, open the sidebar and select the desired layer.





Resources


Land Managers

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Other Resources

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Gallery




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