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      A short, steep trail to a lookout with wonderful views of White Lake, Little White Lake, and the Tappen Valley and towards Mt Ida in Salmon Arm.

      Start at the John Evdokimoff Bike Park. Find the trail on the left/south west side, then branches off to the left just after entering the trees. The trail climbs alongside a stream (intermittent in the summer) before emerging onto the Forestry Rd. Turn left along the Forestry Rd for a short distance then turn right onto an ATV track just before the stream crossing at the bend of the Forest Service Rd. Stay right at the first junction on the ATV track and watch for the trail a little further up on the left. Follow this trail up to the next junction and take the right fork. The trail climbs steeply through the forest emerging along rocky bluffs looking over White Lake. Take a moment at the memorial plaque placed in honor of Jonathan Halper, a local mountain biker who loved this trail, before continuing to climb higher. Watch for Mariposa Lilies, Arnica, and Arrow Leafed Balsam Root in the spring. And be sure to sign the cheerful trail register along the way. The final climb takes you up through a wonderful open grassy forest before popping out at the radio tower (and the whimsical trail sign also erected in honor of Jonathan). From the tower, proceed to the right/northeast into the open cut block and look for a narrow trail on your right (watch for abundant wild strawberries here. . .and bears) Follow this trail weaving through the new growth of the cut block until it emerges at a forestry landing, and more views over White Lake and the Reinecker Creek valley. Return the way you came.

      An alternate return is to follow the quad trail down (very steep in places, but good footing) to the forestry road at about 1 km, go left for another km and left again. Just past 3 km will be the White Lake Balmoral Trail. It is a nice alternative to the road and is possibly a bit shorter. When you reach the road, retrace your steps downhill a short distance to the trail to the Bike Park.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Blind Bay
      Land Status: Crown Land
      Land Manager:
      Access Info:
      Approx. 9.3 km east of Sorrento on Hwy 1 at the Balmoral Rd junction, White Lake Rd forms a loop, returning to Hwy 1 at Calin 4 km farther east, approx. 20 km west of Salmon Arm. Watch for the Parri Rd intersection at the west end of White Lake. Turn east here and drive approx. 3 km watching for the White Lake Provincial Park sign on your right. Park near the boat launch and look for the old road just back to the west along the lake.
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      Region Status
      Caution as of Mar 29, 2021


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      Trails Mountain Bike
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      Trails Trail Running
      Trails Horse
      Total Distance
      9 miles
      Total Descent
      1,268 ft
      Total Vertical
      1,562 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      2,950 ft
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      Photos of White Lake Provincial Park Mountain Bike

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      Recent Trail Reports

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      user #1296275Hendy86riddentrailBalmoral Lower North and 1 more
      Mar 31, 2022 @ 8:08pm
      Mar 31, 2022
      user #911131taramilneriddentrailBalmoral Lower South and 2 more
      Oct 12, 2021 @ 3:04pm
      Oct 12, 2021
      user #1545376BrettMJaddreportBalmoral Lower North and 3 more
      Aug 4, 2021 @ 2:40pm
      Aug 4, 2021
      user #1545376BrettMJaddphoto in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and 1 more
      Aug 2, 2021 @ 5:22pm
      Aug 2, 2021
      user #1545376BrettMJvotetrailBayview Connector and 1 more
      Aug 2, 2021 @ 5:20pm
      Aug 2, 2021

      Recent Comments

      user #471019JoeDickreportBalmoral Upper Norththanks.
      Oct 1, 2018 @ 8:47pm
      Oct 1, 2018
      user #1374557davidwcanadareportBlind Bay RidgeThis is a fun trail. It is a pretty steep...
      Jul 14, 2018 @ 8:48am
      Jul 14, 2018
      user #471019JoeDicktrailBalmoral Upper Norththis trail currently dead ends at a...
      Apr 7, 2018 @ 4:39pm
      Apr 7, 2018
      user #471019JoeDicktrailBlind Bay BluffsThese blocks were harvested by BC Timber Sales...
      Apr 6, 2018 @ 9:56am
      Apr 6, 2018
      user #1196168JgupnorthtrailBlind Bay BluffsRode up about 2km and hit a fresh skid road...
      Jun 7, 2017 @ 4:28pm
      Jun 7, 2017

      Nearby Areas

      White Lake 3 10.9 km
      Mt Tuam Community Park 5 11.8 km
      Mt Baldy 1 1 17.7 km
      Reinecker Creek Trail System 38.5 km
      Park Hill 29 49.5 km

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      • Columbia Shuswap Regional District

      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike119 miles1,270 ft3 miles1,562 ft
      E-Bike42 miles505 ft4,744 ft843 ft
      Hike119 miles1,270 ft3 miles1,562 ft
      Trail Running119 miles1,270 ft3 miles1,562 ft
      Horse11 mile13 ft479 ft571 ft
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