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Some easy backcountry driving in British Columbia

Discussion in 'Off Roading' started by Gord Wedman, Aug 25, 2021.

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  1. Gord Wedman

    Gord Wedman Well-Known Member

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    My club, The RoverLanders of BC, completed a 2 night, 3 day, loop around Anderson and Carpenter Lakes in the area West of Pemberton BC. Easy driving on pretty well maintained gravel roads so no challenges other than the possibility of burning out your brakes coming down some sections. Just checking out the scenery. Small grizzly bear walked past our campsite Sunday afternoon. Bit of excitement there. First photo is at the top of Birkenhead Mountain, 1800 meters. Second is looking over Anderson Lake. Third is a group photo along Carpenter Lake. Hope these are of some interest. IMGP0502.JPG IMGP0512.JPG IMGP0518.JPG
     
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    My Old Landy Onward and Upwards Full Member

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    An impressive array of LR steel there!
     
  3. Gord Wedman

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    We usually get 10 to 15 vehicles on a trip. No Series vehicles this time but Disco 1 and 2, LR3 and 4, Defender 90, 110,130 and a unique 130 with a full box on the back. Plus one lonely P38. Couple of interesting trips coming up in September.
     
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    Excellent keep the photos coming
     
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    Great pics! Good selection of landies too!
     
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    Here is some tracking video that our member Andrew Chang has done. He has the maroon colored Disco 2. The young fellow you see from time to time is his youngest son Danny. I am the short guy in the blue T shirt and ball cap that is in a few frames. Later wearing a gray shirt. Highlight the URL, right click and then click "open in a new tab". Enjoy.
    Day 1 - Squamish to Terghazi Dam Rec Site
    https://www.relive.cc/view/vevYxQpejJq

    Day 2 - Terghazi Dam to Bralorne
    https://www.relive.cc/view/vRO7V89LAKv

    Day 3 - Hurley Pass to Pemberton
    https://www.relive.cc/view/vdORwQEe2K6
     
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    Great trip, with scary bears and weird deserted homes, thanks for sharing
     
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