Meager creek hotsprings in February 2014. Not a lot has changed in terms of trail when it comes to the hot springs. We crossed the lilloet river, which was the deepest/widest of the water crossings. I think this would be more challenging in the summer when water level is higher. We used mec dry pants with teva sandals the whole way as we made half a dozen creek crossings.
The last kilometer of logging road is still there but everything is so flat that there's not much need for the road anymore !! We slept in the changing room, it was a welcome place to stay after the mission !
Up the lilloet fsr around 40 k, you'll see the meager sign on the left. From there you can see the old bridge. It looks like a lunar landscape from there. meager creek is braided so it is easy to cross in many spots. when you're close the the hotsprings, meager creek becomes impassable. From there turn right and bushwak to the logging road and you'll be there in 10 minutes
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Posted By: bananayou2
- Thu Apr 17 19:04:46 UTC 2014
thanks so much for your post on meagre creek, much appreciated. we are thinking of heading there this weekend (april 18-20).
how far were you able to drive up the logging road? was there much bushwacking (we are thinking of bringing skis)? were the hotsprings hot? any other information would be great.
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