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  • by Josh
  • 2019-Dec-05

Individual Trail

BC-Kamloops/Thompson / Barnhartvale

20 min driving from Downtown Kamloops

This hidden network of trails was clearly driven at points by 4x4ing vehicles, and is relatively easy to follow with signs of usage; however, due to a number of forks, we strongly recommend taking our GPS log to ensure the right route is taken. The main view requires a couple hundred meters of route finding off-trail after crossing the old downed barbed wire fence.

Activities
  • Hiking
Seasons Accessible
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
Basics
  • 20 min from Downtown Kamloops
  • Single-Wide
  • Loop
  • 7.49 km (round-trip)
  • 1.8 hours solo | 2.4 hours group round-trip
  • 451 meters elevation (round-trip)
  • Medium difficulty: Overall a moderate hike suitable for all with slight route finding skills required at one of the views
Kids & Pets
  • On-Leash
  • Child-Friendly
Features
  • Part of the larger Erin Valley trail network!
  • GPS Map available.

  • None




Suggested Protection

None mentioned.

Notes

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Driving Time

From Downtown Kamloops, approximate travel time by car is 20 minute(s).

Approximate Trailhead Address

2593 Pratt Rd, Kamloops, BC V2C 5T8

Trailhead GPS Co-ordinates

50.625067000,-120.169600000

Detailed Directions

1) Head east on Highway 1 out of town
2) Take the Dallas Dr exit at the Petro Can
3) Take first exit on round-a-bout to follow Todd Rd.
4) Take right on Pratt Rd and follow to the end.
5) Head up trail at cul-de-sac on the left behind the sign that says no off-road vehicles with a yellow metal gate.

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