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      The park’s landscapes vary from dramatic mountains and alpine lakes in the south, to gentler volcanic hills and lava formations, to the flat, forested Chilcotin Plateau in the north.

      The spectacular scenery in the south makes it a popular destination for horseback riding, backpacking, hunting, wildlife viewing, mountaineering and mountain biking. Because of the park’s remoteness, visitors must be experienced in backcountry travel and completely self-sufficient. These trails are rugged, wilderness trails. They are not regularly maintained. Signage rarely exists. Carry a folding saw, and be prepared to use it. Ride, don't slide, unless you're coming back to fix the corner, because no one else is.

      This park teems with wildlife; you might see mountain goats, California bighorn sheep, moose or predators such as wolves, black and grizzly bears. Please do not stress them by approaching closely.

      NOTE: All trails are multi-use, in both directions. Bikers give way to hikers and horses. Ride with respect for the trail, the wilderness and other users. Please do not post times to the leader board - race safely against friends in bike parks, not Provinical Parks.

      Bicycles and horses: Bikes give way to horseback riders for a number of reasons: A group of riders -often with packhorses - cannot always get off the trail for a mountain bike - please be patient and, f possible, go to the bottom side of a trail to give way - reason: horse(s) spooking uphill are easier to get under control than those bolting downhill). Remember animals DO NOT perceive what we do: In the horse’s mind, a mountain bike is reminiscent of a speedy silent predator coming at them. It is very important for cyclists to slow down, stop and SPEAK to the horse and rider. On hearing a human voice, most horses will calm quickly. Both horse and rider will appreciate your understanding. Mountain bikes can spook horses more than motor vehicles, because they are relatively quiet and can come upon them so suddenly, while motorized vehicles can be heard coming. Speed is seen to most animals as a threat or attack, this is why it is important to slow down and move over. Moving over (if possible) shows you are non-threatening.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
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      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails
      10
      Total Distance
      58 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      28 miles
      Total Descent
      2 miles
      Highest Trailhead
      1 miles
      Total Vertical
      3,017 ft
      Reports
      98
      Photos
      20
      Ridden Counter
      37

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