Driving from Vancouver on Friday we got a flat tire on Hurley River road (I call it "Hurley toll" as it happened to many people before), quickly changed to spare and continued to Gold Bridge, then to Tyaughton Lake FSR, then to Taylor Creek FSR. The latter is good 4x4 up to last fork at km 2.8 where you go right (WGS84 164503) , then gets heavily overgrown and deteriorates. I was able to push my Jeep Wrangler for another 1.5 km with lots of effort and some hand saw work, and we parked in the clearing about 300 m from trailhead. In hindsight, we should've parked at the last fork and go left on the bike trail which connects with main trail in 2 km.
Taylor Creek trail is in fine shape, including foot bridge. There're some muddy sections, but all blowdown had been cleared so the trail is a pleasure to hike. We arrived at Taylor Cabin campsite in the evening and found it completely empty. The cabin looks OK, with four sleeping berths and a stove. We, however, decided to stay in our tent and used the cabin to store our backpacks and food.... To see the full trip report you must login as a paid member. Use the Login Page. (message p3)
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