Park on either side of the bridge (waypoint 1 – Br) and start riding. If you want to shorten the ride, drive up 2.5 km and turn left on Frederick Road (wp2 – Fr) and leave your car there. That’s where you’ll end up at the end of the single track.
Otherwise, stay on Criss Creek road and keep climbing. About 3 km past Frederick road, you’ll see another road turning off on your left (wp3 – TO). Turn off here and follow it for another 4.5 km (there are distance markers). Look for a set of double tracks on your left just past the 4.5 km mark (wp4 – DT). Follow this double track for 800 meters and look for a turn off on the right (wp5 – RT). This will take you down to another double track on which you will turn right again. There will be another left hand turn (wp5 – LT) about 900 after the last waypoint. Follow this double track and keep your eyes open for the beginning of the single track (wp6 – ST) on your left (500 meters after the last turn). There will be a small (and easily missed) sign on the left. If you keep going, you’ll end up at a look out but will have to climb back out to find the trail. This single track (about 4 km) will lead you back down to Frederick road.
Take Tranquille Road past the Kamloops airport and golf course. Turn off on Red Lake Road (also called Tranquille-Criss Creek Forest Service Road). Park on either side of the small bridge that you will cross.
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Posted By: henkvanzyl
- Sun May 15 23:53:53 UTC 2011
UpsideVery good directions, except you could just continue straight on after the last waypoint. A clear post sign saying TRAIL is now in place and then you follow the single track to the lookout and all the way down. DownsideThe Trail has pretty nervy descend section , esppecially when dry it can slide a lot. Certain not for Novice riders. CommentI like the tough climb and challenge on the descend