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all that is pretty true but.. we have been often enough to know the roads. It can get pretty bad and can remain uncleared for indeterminate amounts of time, especially via the logging roads past Lake Cowichan which can suffer from washouts and rockslides... otherwise its the long way around..
I'm not really worried about my chances in the Trooper, though I don't have chains yet, but the other driver is in an awd wagon...
all that said; the trip was cancelled so it's moot now.