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Old 08-26-2008, 07:48 PM
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kookapi to harrison

Anyone hit the Kookapi to Harrison traverse this summer.
Is it doable? (washouts, etc)
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:35 PM
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Been thinking of doing it myself, except from Harrison to Boston Bar. Heard some areas are rough.
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Anyone hit the Kookapi to Harrison traverse this summer.
Is it doable? (washouts, etc)


kookapi? do you mean the w.harrison to pemberton route? if so, we went up there on sunday and it was clear,
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the kookipi (sp) road is on east harrison

It is the road that carries on past the clear creek turn off

it goes to the nahatlach valley and from there you can get to boston bar
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the kookipi (sp) road is on east harrison

It is the road that carries on past the clear creek turn off

it goes to the nahatlach valley and from there you can get to boston bar

and from boston bar stay on that side up the fraser on the lilloet forestry service to lilloett. then duffy to the in-shuk and down to harrison west forrestry service. makes a great weekend loop! you could hit 3 hot springs if you wanted
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Old 08-27-2008, 10:51 AM
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hmm.. that sounds like a GREAT trip.
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did that and more on a week long loop trip.....going to be planing that same trip for next summer
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and from boston bar stay on that side up the fraser on the lilloet forestry service to lilloett. then duffy to the in-shuk and down to harrison west forrestry service. makes a great weekend loop! you could hit 3 hot springs if you wanted

ohhhh that sounds like fun

I'd be into this trip fo sho
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I took this loop last Wednesday -- the road is open the whole way. There were slides in the last 4kms of Kookipi earlier this summer, but they were cleared/repaired the week before last. Beautiful scenery -- enjoy!
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Boston bar to nahatlatch, kookapi is just before the lakes. it goes for about 50 k's or so before reaching harrison on the east side at big silver creek. just heard that there is a wash out that quads and bikes are getting past @ the 5 k mark on the nahatlatch side.
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the kookipi (sp) road is on east harrison

It is the road that carries on past the clear creek turn off

it goes to the nahatlach valley and from there you can get to boston bar
I was on that route about two months ago. Along parts of the trail, there was tall bush/grass, and many big boulders hiding in them. I got so sick of moving shit out of the way that I turned around.
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thanks...sounds mysterious.
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