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Ok I'm a little confused on what is the "Princeton" side of the trail since both ends of the trail are about equal distance from the town. Do you mean starting from Coalmont or south of Princeton on Hwy 3? Also, are we hoping to run the entire trail on Saturday or camping halfway and finishing on S...
I figured we would go from the Princeton side so we can leave any tow rigs there. Also camping up high at one of those lakes.Rick Friesen wrote:Have we decided which way we are going through the trail?
Other than Whipsaw in early July, nothing else around here. There are a group of Suzuki guys from bc4x4 going Sept long weekend, up by the old toll booth on the coquihalla somewhere.
Myself and one other person were thinking of going Friday afternoon as well. Apparently there are good places to keep a truck and trailer in Princeton so I will be looking into that. I read this writeup below and it mentions camping at the 18km mark of the Whipsaw road: http://www.bc4x4.com/tr/2009/...
Still want a copy? I found a couple extra copies in case someone else wants one too.stevec wrote:Could someone please scan the article and send it to me? Or send me a copy of the magazine (I'll pay for the magazine and shipping!) As close as I am to the BC border, I cannot find it anywhere.
May long is much too early, even up to mid June is hit and miss for snow conditions. Maybe the June 19 weekend, or the July 10 weekend? The July one may be better due to mud and/or snow.
Seems as though there should be more than a few of us interested in doing Whipsaw (near Princeton, BC) this summer. Let's start looking at dates that works. It will be a two day run for sure, camping out somewhere on the trail.
I missed that post, and I don't miss many. Thanks Rick for getting that trip organized.Rick Friesen wrote:Yeah, Glen posted that in the "word up" section as he got the mag last Friday already. Go figure, I live in the town the mag is made in and I still don't have my copy! lol
Pretty cool though!