Easy level trail follows the old, historic highway for approx. 6 km, until it meets the existing Hwy 1. Cool shade, excellent views of Shuswap Lake, wildflowers, and birds. Access from either end requires a short ride on the shoulder of the TCH.
From the Sicamous Visitor Centre and Wharf parking lot, travel west on Hwy 1 across the pedestrian walk on the north side of the Narrows bridge. Proceed approx 600 meters, and turn onto the Old Sicamous Hwy Rd. The paved road eventually turns to dirt and traverses through the forest above the CP Rail line, and Shuswap Lake. At approx 3.6 km, find a trail sign where the road turns into a hike/bike trail. NOTE: there is very little room for parking at this point. This trail continues along the old hwy. bed for another approx 3 km, with several lovely viewpoints to stop and admire the lake. The trail ends where it meets with Hwy 1. Return the way you came or proceed on the wide shoulder of the TCH
to a parking area at the bottom of 112 FSR (approx 1km downhill).
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More Stats for Old Sicamous Highway mountain bike trail
Altitude change249 ft
Altitude min1,170 ft
Altitude max1,584 ft
Altitude start1,245 ft
Altitude end1,494 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down2 miles
Distance flat3,082 ft
Avg reverse time00:21:44
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Old Sicamous Highway Trail Reports
Aug 3, 2017 @ 10:33pmAug 3, 2017
|A few logs Down .Very Dry . * There is a Fire Ban on at this Time*|
Jul 17, 2017 @ 8:18amJul 17, 2017
|One tree down. Mud slide section is easily ridden through.|
May 20, 2017 @ 8:49pmMay 20, 2017
|Lots of Muddy Sections. and a Land-Slide took out Trees from the TCH1 Highway to the CPR Tracks.|
Aug 17, 2016 @ 3:58pmAug 17, 2016
|A Couple Downed Trees , A Wet Muddy Spot and A BLACK BEAR on the Trail possibly with Cubs.|
Jun 16, 2016 @ 9:30pmJun 16, 2016
|Lots of roots on the Singletrack Section of the Old Highway . Some Trees and Earth Slide onto the Old Highway but the Trail is...|
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