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I was wondering how to get to the start of trail to the lower and upper hut lakes. I have a backroads map book but don't know how accurate it is. Also what is the difficulty level?

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Just come with us on Nov 25th. Better to be shown that to post directions to a tough trail on a public board.

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This may give you some help in determining "how hard" it is:
http://www3.bc.sympatico.ca/DMMcG/01Hut%20Lake%20Fool's%20Day/HLRUN.htm

As with many trails, Hut Lakes is as hard as you care to make it. There are some lines that will challenge moderately built trucks - but if you've got 33"+ tires, decent articulation and a traction aid it's pretty much point and shoot (but then so are most of the "popular" trails).



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here are some more pics of Hut Lake trail. http://members.home.net/jaretthumphrey/Hut_Lake-09-01.html

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I was up there yesterday and there was snow in the trees. Won't be long before before that baby is snowed in.

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