4 out of 5 - 3 reviews

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TW from Vancouver writes:

Echoing some of the previous comments:

You need a 4x4 with reasonable clearance to access the Watersprite Lake trailhead. Some water bars and rutting when I did it (October 2018).

From the turnoff near the prow, the 'trail' was very overgrown and the only recent traffic seemed to have been a bear (no footprints or trekking pole marks obvious but saw some fresh bear scat). Lots of fallen branches and cut-off roots on the ground.

I would describe the 'old' logging road as abandoned, strewn with rocks and overgrown - not always easy to identify as a road.

As of the turnoff at the cairn, there is no trail, simply flag ties.

I marked this as ~1020m / 17.3km roundtrip.

    Posted: October 22, 2018 12:10:59 PM PST

    Josie from Vancouver writes:

    At 7km Mark up the mountain and along the ridge there is no trail. It is mostly flag ties to trees through heavy heavy brush and forrest. There is very little footing and you do have to keep your head up make sure you dont miss the pink ties. View is incredible but you must definitely be a comfortable back country hiker.

      Posted: July 15, 2018 01:34:45 PM PST

      Emma from Vancouver writes:

      Be careful! The drive up to the path is not easy, should have all wheel drive + decently high undercarriage

        Posted: June 16, 2018 07:21:47 PM PST

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