To get there, you take the Pemberton/D'Arcy road, taking the road to Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park. Just after crossing Phelix Creek and just before the park entrance, you turn right onto the Phelix Creek Forest Service road. The road crosses the creek at 3 km. You take a left fork, then re-cross the creek at 4 km, then keep right at the next fork. At this point the road gets a little rougher. On our way back we noted that a 4WD GMC truck was stopped at this point but this was due to the tentativeness of the driver rather than the limitations of the vehicle. The road had some significant water bars but was in good 4WD shape otherwise. We were able to drive to the end of the road at 5.5 km in my Jeep.
The trail follows the old de-constructed road for about 300-400 meters to a very large boulder, then drops and crosses to the east side of the creek. It's well marked although a little overgrown with a few deadfalls. It took us 3 hours with full packs to "Long Lake" and the cabin at the westernmost... To see the full trip report you must login as a paid member. Use the Login Page. (message p3)
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