Horas  4 horas 29 minutos

Coordenadas 4905

Uploaded 21 de Abril de 2016

Recorded Abril 2016

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1.002 m
28 m
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18
35
70,18 km

Visualizado 4952 vezes, baixado 20 vezes

próximo a Thornhill, British Columbia (Canada)

This area is just covered in creeks, the greenest forests, views of rivers, mountains and even goes to the Zymontez mine.
To get to the mine you go up the North Copper Logging Road which is located at the end of the Copper Estates Road to 11.25km turn right and follow the power lines road until the road splits at 2 different spots, go left for both, going right gets you to the Copper River.
I strongly suggest using a quad or SxS for the mine road, there are some very steep hills with big boulders and lots of loose rocks.
*Update July 20th 2019
The road has 2 really bad washouts, the one at the barely standing bridge about a kilometer from the mine is in real rough shape, easily crossed with and ATV or SxS, but a vehicle would be extremely difficult and unsafe unless you are a veteran professional offroader.
Start
River
Cut block South Copper
Waterfall
Valley
Creek
Snowy little creek
Photo
Mountain
End of branch
Creek
Valley and mountains
Mountain
End of Branch
Falls
End of branch
Bridge out
End of branch
End of Branch
Road falling away
End of branch
Access to Zymontez mine on right
Road
Creek
Mountains
Gorgeous scenery
Photo
Left to Zymontez mine
So much green
Bridge unsafe The bridge is in much worse shape as of July 20th 2019 and should not be used at all, there is a ATV trail on the right just before it because the road is washed out before the bridge.
Interesection
Zymontez mine entrance
Photo
Ruins
Creek
Tree
Samples
More samples
Creek
Washout
Copper River
End of the road
Clean little pond
Valley
Vallly
Copper river
Close call - road erosion

2 comentários

  • Foto de C Reibin

    C Reibin 21/abr/2016

    Right to Copper River Left to Zymontez Mine. https://www.wikiloc.com/outdoor-trails/north-copper-logging-road-13024062#wp-13024093/photo-8025325

  • Foto de C Reibin

    C Reibin 21/abr/2016

    This trail just keeps going up and up until the slope is so steep that the chances of rolling over almost become 100%
    My buddy did just that and he was very shaken up and luckily not seriously injured, just sore for a few days. https://www.wikiloc.com/outdoor-trails/north-copper-logging-road-13024062#wp-13024098/photo-8025338

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