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Hey I'm looking for some new trails to run this weekend, gonna put a permit on the truck and want to get my money out of it.

Anyone give me directions to some good trails out by stave lake, mission, or chilliwack area????

And anyone interested in hooking up with my beat up fullsize for some wheelin on saturday or sunday???

Thanks.

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why don't you go out to stave, take the ferry from langley?

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John, email me at [email protected]
The herd is going out somewhere this Sunday, I think Chilliwack.

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I'm sure there will be lots of people headed to Stave on Sunday

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Hey I've been up to stave and gone up the forest service road on the west side of the lake, and couldn't find any interesting trails. Most of the side roads where 2wd stuff if you drove them right.

Is there trails on the other side??? if so how do I get to them, and how do I get to9 the stave mud flats???

Thanks.

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Originally posted by beaterchevy:
how do I get to9 the stave mud flats???
I copied this from another post.

You take Lougheed Hwy into Maple Ridge. Turn left onto Dewdney Trunk Rd.(thats at the Staples store). Follow it for about 20-30mins until yer in the boonies. After you feel like you've been driving forever you'll come up to a dam, Do not cross it. Take a left onto the dirt. You should see a guy in a shack that takes your licence plate number, then you're on the right road. Follow the main road until you can see the mud flats to your right (quite a ways). The road will branch up to the left(this takes you to a cool view of Stave and Alouette lakes) or to the right which takes you to the mud flats.


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Thanks for the info. I'll remember that now.

Anyone know anything about Vedder mountain, or about any trails up in chilliwack??

Can anyone here give me directions to sunrise
lake up in harrison; I know how to get on the harrison west road, but know idea how to get to sunrise??

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vedder mountian is good, lots of variety, easy 2wd trails, but i've also encontered so nasty ass mud pits to big for my yota and wouldn't think about in my zuki, i was thinking about heading up there this weekend


sunrise is at 19km mark, ah **** i don't remeber, someone else will know for sure

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Originally posted by beaterchevy:
...Can anyone here give me directions to sunrise lake up in harrison; I know how to get on the harrison west road, but know idea how to get to sunrise??

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The turn off to Sunrise Lake is located just after the 25KM marker. The turn off is on the left side, just after you cross a small bridge.

There is a 4WDABC clean up run to Sunrise this coming Sunday. Meeting at the Sasquatch Inn at 9AM.

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Originally posted by beaterchevy:
Thanks for the info. I'll remember that now.

Anyone know anything about Vedder mountain, or about any trails up in chilliwack??


There's a neat trail that goes from sleepy hollow road in cultas lake to tamihi creek in chilliwack. e-mail me if you want directions.


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how hard of a trail would you rate it chris?

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I don't know. I guess on a scale of 1-4 it would be a 2. It's not a scenic logging road but a really well built truck might get board.

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Hey Chris, I am interested in directions to the trail. I believe Tamihi is just passed the bridge on the Vedder with the kayak course right under it, right? Would a stock Toyota 4X4 be able to conquer it? My email is [email protected]
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Most stock 4x4's should have fun on this trail. There are some nify hills about 5 min. into it that are fun to play on.


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