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Old 08-29-2012, 01:30 PM   #51
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Kool thanks for the info lets do some trails some time noobs trails though haha
trucks in shop for two weeks. would be happy to go for a trail ride to make sure everythings fixed proper
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Done lets set up a little meet with some other noobs maybe a harsh noob trail lol even triangle hahaa
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What is the terrain like in whipsaw and where is it?
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totally doable in your truck. you'll make it through no problems
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That road is a bit harsh. I think the road from Tulameen to the Coquihalla is just fine for most light 4 x 4 or awd
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Come on. Someone set up a meet already. Bring some beer and bbq up some delicious meat out in the wildeness of bc.
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Sumas Mountain ......

its copied and pasted but you get the idea for directions , its fun for all types of vehicles..

How to get to Sumas Mountain
Estimated Driving Time from Vancouver: 1 hour 30 minutes


Sumas Mountain is located just east of Abbotsford and can either be hiked from the west or the east side of the mountain. To reach the trailhead of the western approach, take Highway #1 (Trans Canada Highway) east until you reach the town of Abbotsford. Take the Whatcom Road (Exit #95) turnoff and turn left, crossing over the highway overpass. Just after the overpass, make a right-hand turn onto North Parallel Road as it follows alongside the highway. After 2km, turn left onto Sumas Mountain Road. Continue along Sumas Mountain Road for 9km. For the last 0.5km, the road becomes gravel. After making a sharp right-hand corner that heads downhill, the road curves to the left. The trailhead is located in the outer part of this left curve where the gravel has been widened to give space for hikers to park their cars. Look closely for the coloured trail markers as they are easy to miss.
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